Articles tagged "Knut Rostad"


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Joel Bruckenstein pitches DOL rule to Sen. Marco Rubio after fate makes them JetBlue seat mates

Rubio opened up on small investors and retirement issues -- and cracked wise about the Russians

April 17, 2017 — 6:38 PM UTC

How Trump's backtrack on DOL rule burned his most ardent anti-rule supporters and the opening Elizabeth Warren is exploiting

Threat of losing DOL rule sparks a new public consciousness and the Massachusetts Senator gives shout-out to Betterment, XY Planning and BlackRock

February 7, 2017 — 10:46 PM UTC

Where RIABiz's view of RIAs as oases-of-ethics bumps up against the Merrill Lynch & Co. mirage -- and why that mirage is still so effective

Fiduciary watchdog Knut Rostad warns that RIAs must zealously expose wirehouses tricked out in best-interests-of-the-investor drag

January 6, 2017 — 6:33 PM UTC

At MarketCounsel, a Ron Rhoades-Skip Schweiss exchange reveals new DOL-rule threat -- a Trump-led compromise creating a mutant strain of the reg that benefits no one

The problem, Rhoades says, is that a pseudo-fiduciary standard asks consumers to assume the burden of knowing what's best for them when it comes to investing, which brings the problem full circle

December 7, 2016 — 8:33 PM UTC

How Wall Street emasculated the DOL rule with an old-fashioned end game: 'Somebody made a deal' -- and why tort lawyers are licking their chops

End-game style politics exposed fiduciaries' lack of playoff experience, but RIAs can console themselves because DOL exposed shady dealings on 'the dark side'

April 7, 2016 — 3:10 PM UTC

In rebuke of Wall Street, Raymond James, William Blair and Stifel help form non-wirehouse advocacy group to 'shed baggage' but not without a suitcase of SIFMA ideals

American Securities Association proclaims a fresh 'voice' but for now seems to be a rebel with a cryptic cause

February 24, 2016 — 10:44 PM UTC

LPL CEO floats orphaning 3% of its brokerage business in prelude to DOL 'travesty'

Mark Casady says he may lop off brokerage accounts of $15,000, citing looming rule changes

October 30, 2015 — 6:28 PM UTC

As President Obama takes the gloves off, pro-broker groups throw up 'sledgehammer' response

After a lot of waiting around FSI calls this news 'the real thing'

February 24, 2015 — 8:31 PM UTC

What Tony Robbins should remember when he talks 'fiduciary'

The five-syllable word represents an attitude, way of life and something you should grasp for the good of investors

December 8, 2014 — 8:44 PM UTC

'Paradigm shift' in 401(k) flows opens the DOL door for annuities in 401(k) plans and RIAs are split

In the wake of DOL and Treasury rulings, some fiduciaries, certainly not all, seem willing to give the oft-reviled instruments a chance

October 28, 2014 — 6:27 PM UTC

TD Ameritrade pulls off amazing Summit in DC that reveals rot to the core of SEC, FINRA and ERISA system

A consumer panel sobered the crowd off the bat with war stories and then Ron Rhoades, Mercer Bullard, David Tittsworth, Sheryl Garrett, Tom Nally, Marilyn Mohrman-Gillis and others pulled no punches

September 18, 2014 — 5:54 PM UTC

Op-Ed: The fiduciary standard is in worse shape than it was four years ago

The teachable moment of Lehman's collapse seems to have dissipated, and forces of dissimilation are winning the day

January 11, 2013 — 4:41 AM UTC

The two dramatic moments everyone was buzzing about at the MarketCounsel conference

Elliot Weissbluth, Knut Rostad, Charles Goldman and Joe Duran helped show us why thought leadership begins when sparks fly

September 18, 2012 — 3:41 PM UTC

NAPFA's appointment of a new chairman could be a big deal for RIAs

Ron Rhoades spent the last year in obscurity but now he's "ready to take the gloves off"

May 23, 2012 — 3:03 AM UTC

As DOL contemplates stiff fiduciary-related penalties on advisors, NAPFA and FPA find rare concord with FSI

The more RIA-focused groups agree with the IBD trade group that holders of smaller IRA accounts will not be able to pay for advice under new rules

March 22, 2012 — 4:07 AM UTC