Articles tagged "Michael Kitces"
Sonya Dreizler's zeal is turning 2022 RIA events into a giant coming-out for talented women, with Choir algorithms and a larger halo effect
Long a Twitter force, the San Francisco entrepreneur caught a women's wave with a judicious admixture of money, meaning and exquisite timing.
September 13, 2022 at 10:58 PM
The FPA takes 'legal' action to purge 'planner' charlatans from the RIA business -- a plan certain to 'divide' members but align it with its chief gadfly, Michael Kitces
Despite opposition from at least 4% of its own members, the Financial Planning Association is seeking to quash quackery by making it illegal for a product salesman to get labeled as a planner -- a fight that Nerd's Eye View took up last year.
July 22, 2022 at 1:30 AM
Michael Kitces' debate with two top RIA custodians may have vaporized--causing him to pivot to a 'discussion'--but he still made his point--more transparency, now!
The serial 'Nerd's Eye' RIA entrepreneur didn't give an inch against LPL RIA chief, Marc Cohen, who insisted custody is about value, not fees.
March 18, 2022 at 2:00 AM
The 'Great Debate'--pitting Bernie Clark and David Canter against Michael Kitces--collapses after the Schwab and Fidelity custody chiefs have second thoughts
In October, Canter laid down the challenge, Clark sided with him and the Nerd's Eye View publisher and RIA advocate called their bluff.
March 14, 2022 at 2:57 AM
Five RIA Doubletakes: An RIA-only law firm breaks away • Kitces launches picker of 'best of breed' RIA software bundles • Vanguard targets 2070 just as media targets TDFs • SEC fishing for RegBI Scofflaws, including RIAs • CFP appoints first African-American chair
RIA Lawyers will reject RIA custodians• Kitces Nascar montage is now interactive and helpful • Vanguard's super long TDF draws critics• SEC supply lines are stretched with new battle front • Kamila Elliot is ex-DFA, diverse and calling CFP shots
January 12, 2022 at 3:13 AM
Michael Kitces asks Eliza De Pardo if the $1.5 million RIA revenue threshold is a wall that ends the honeymoon; Short (inconclusive) answer: Yes, but...
The New York City RIA consultant sugarcoats nothing and provides sweetly precise numbers, and stresses that money can't buy enthusiasm.
November 16, 2021 at 6:48 PM
Rival RIA custody chiefs Bernie Clark and David Canter, who oversee a combined $4.5 trillion, may lock arms to debate Michael Kitces on custody fee transparency -- for a very good reason
The head of Schwab Advisors Services and the head of the RIA unit of Fidelity Institutional are caught in an existential debate to preserve their right to play favorites based on economics, observers say.
October 20, 2021 at 10:48 PM
Michael Kitces picks his moment to demand the SEC close two giant faux-RIA loopholes -- the hat-switching 'hybrid' advisor and the wirehouse 'financial advisor'
The XPYN founder wants the SEC to honor its 'Merrill Lynch Rule' promise from 15 years ago, demanding the most fundamental truth in advertising.
October 1, 2021 at 10:33 PM
Walt Bettinger expects 'hundreds' of Charles Schwab Corp. staff tasked with wiring TD Ameritrade merger to soon soar to 'thousands' of Schwab and TD workers
The Charles Schwab Corp. CEO reassured Wall Street analysts looking for a sign Schwab believes what it promises about an imminent closing that it has yet to schedule.
August 4, 2020 at 6:12 AM
COVID-19 crushes RIA conference schedule; 100 gatherings are in jeopardy along with the bottom lines of publications and organizations
Pershing INSITE is the latest biggie to cancel and firms are all over the map about when it'll be 'safe' for more than 10 people to gather at any one time.
April 14, 2020 at 5:58 AM
Michael Kitces and Adam Birenbaum are now on the same $50-billion Buckingham team after the blogger called the young CEO with a multi-pronged proposal
Kitces is leaving Pinnacle - after 17 years - for fewer conflicts and more opportunity
March 12, 2020 at 1:45 PM
Wealthfront purchases startup Grove, but deals clients to Facet and drops subscription pricing; instead it's gobbling up talent and tech
The $13.5-billion robo-advisor buys 'subscription robo' but the deal is about 'automating' and giving Grove's founders a home
September 4, 2019 at 8:14 PM
In a summer swelter, In|Vest's feisty crowd throws punches at Schwab; Bernie Clark counters and debate erupts over whether 'digital' makes a difference
The New York City event drew heavyweights. Edmond Walters, Barry Ritholtz, Martin Small, Lauren Radcliffe were among those who skipped the BS
July 19, 2019 at 11:04 PM
Vanguard jilted RIAs 16 years ago. Now its CEO Tim Buckley is green-lighting RIA custody again -- with bells, whistles and added urgency
In a series of emails last week, Vanguard was coy but said its retail RIA platform for 600 staff advisors is getting retrofitted for non-Vanguard RIAs; the potential is huge and the potential pitfalls may be even greater, analysts say
May 23, 2019 at 6:16 PM
Michael Kitces and FPA enter uneasy truce after Kitces apologizes and FPA publishes its audited financials
Skip Schweiss played mediator after latest Kitces-FPA spat got nasty; Kitces used the word 'fraud' (albeit not alleged) in regard to what turned out to be a simple accounting change that outsiders couldn't see