Articles tagged "Jud Bergman"
Bill Crager is dropping CEO role after multiple shoes dropped; the company insists it was his 'decision' but vision, Yodlee future uncertain
The co-founder of the $5.3-trillion AUA outsourcer of software and investments was pressed to take the job under the most adverse circumstances, then second-guessed by stakeholders as he managed the cards he was dealt.
January 9, 2024 at 4:09 AM
Envestnet finally may dump Yodlee, says a Bloomberg report, but either way it remains a 'wasting' asset as regulators crack down, an analyst says
Former CEO Jud Bergman made daring move in 2015 with expensive Yodlee purchase to lift the outsourcer into the big leagues but has proven mostly to be an albatross, at least to earnings
December 15, 2023 at 2:18 AM
Behind the scenes, Envestnet's board of directors had much to tussle over before finally subtracting the 'interim' from Bill Crager's CEO title
With Jud Bergman gone at a chairman, a power struggle ensued to fill that spot, and the process dragged when taking the company private came under review
April 2, 2020 at 2:34 AM
Envestnet, caught in speculative web over possible Yodlee spinoff--or sale of company, itself--has Wall Street scrambling to buy on the rumor
'Large private-equity firms, in particular, are said to be interested,' Barron's reports, but who's driving the conversation--the company, news media or speculators?
February 3, 2020 at 8:26 PM
Jud Bergman, wife Mary Miller-Bergman die tragically in San Francisco head-on car collision, stunning a devastated RIA business community
The 62 year-old Envestnet CEO, chairman and co-founder was in a taxi crash in San Francisco with suspected drunk driver; Miller founded Hanover Hill Wealth Advisors in Chicago
October 4, 2019 at 4:47 AM
After a great IPO, AssetMark still needs to nail down its biggest asset, Charles Goldman, who assures that it's 'really nothing'
The CEO of the Concord, Calif.-based super-TAMP was its turnaround artist, maestro of sale to Chinese buyer and led it to the IPO but he was paid less than peers
August 16, 2019 at 9:31 PM
Jud Bergman admits Envestnet will be set back months, if not quarters at hands of Marc Kasowitz and his client, causing firm's shares to plummet
With FinancialApps yanking its software from its Chicago-based ex-partner -- and suing it on the way out the door -- the Envestnet CEO needs to find replacement and ward off a legal attack
August 10, 2019 at 6:09 PM
With Anil Arora gone, Jud Bergman comes clean with Wall Street about the need for cleaner, more API-friendly Yodlee data -- causing investors to pare Envestnet shares by 6%
The 19-year chief of the data aggregator left behind Yodlee accuracy and API access issues, but ex-Tamarac chief Stuart DePina can get it on 'the longer road to get to the ultimate destination' by making Yodlee accurate, accessible, useful and profitable
May 21, 2019 at 8:06 PM
Oleg Tishkevich signs Envestnet to a contract with a company he started during an Envestnet non-compete -- and four years after selling Finance Logix to it for $32 million
Invent.us hits the ground running with several contracts reflecting friends in high places but critics ask whether he can fly so close to the sun without getting scorched
April 20, 2019 at 2:19 AM
Orion's Eric Clarke tests new strategy to combat Envestnet's Jud Bergman in a Game of Thrones style clash for keys to RIA and IBD kingdoms
NorthStar and sister firm FTJ FundChoice are rebranded Orion, which might as well be Eric Clarke, observers agree, as strategic shift follows Envestnet's MoneyGuidePro and PortfolioCenter acquisitions.
April 16, 2019 at 8:50 PM
Raj Udeshi invokes 'Theranos' fraud in testy exchanges over data collection with Envestnet's Bill Crager and Jud Bergman at Tiburon CEO Summit
HiddenLevers co-founder offended some audience members with his accusations, but others say he raises a valid concern: Where is the line drawn for firms capturing and selling advisor and client data?
April 9, 2019 at 2:29 AM
It took years to woo Bob Curtis to sell MoneyGuidePro but what Envestnet gets for its patience seem plenty worth it -- for both
The Fidelity-eMoney combination was a big success but a Yodlee-MGP pairing could turn the tide in the battle for the advisor desktop. Just don't call it 'competition'
March 16, 2019 at 2:04 AM
A perfect storm of factors -- including 'code' and 'annuities' -- made Jud Bergman pay Bob Curtis $500 million for MoneyGuidePro, plus $30 million to keep the MGP crew around a few more years
MoneyGuidePro's growth rate is declining, it's only '5% accretive' and Envestnet is already fully integrated, but unless the price got paid, the broader network was out in the cold
March 15, 2019 at 12:55 AM
Envestnet shares spike, but fundamentals reassure Wall Street, rather than big future annuity profits, gaining 2,300 Schwab RIAs on the cheap and diminished Yodlee pain
Replicating SMA success on insurance side and tripling Tamarac customers is exciting but analysts may be more attuned to earnings growth and billions in 'conversions' to subscriptions
February 27, 2019 at 7:14 AM
Envestnet CEO Jud Bergman's FolioDynamix deal suddenly looks prescient as SMA-to-UMA market shift dings revenues, third-party asset managers
In Envestnet's latest Q2 earnings call, Jud Bergman revealed the transition from SMAs to UMAs will hit Envestnet and third-party asset managers who sell their SMA wares through Envestnet's platform. But UMA efficiencies may drive down costs faster than revenues fall, making the FolioDynamix purchase look shrewder than ever.