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Ainslie Simmonds: Success will be a feeling a few years from now among advisors that they wonder why they ever did it any other way.

BNY Mellon uses Pershing INSITE 2022 to let RIAs know it has its own dog in the fight with Pershing X, which BNY owns to sell to Pershing RIAs -- or anybody else

The $474-billion bank's relationship with Pershing just got far more complex as it puts its belief in ringer, Ainslie Simmonds -- who is being given a long rope to tie up loose ends.

June 18, 2022 at 2:29 AM

Aaron Schumm: This is a huge edge and leapfrog for us.

Vestwell does creative deal to buy BNY Mellon's $20 billion workplace savings unit and 'leapfrog' beyond 401(k)s

The Aaron Schumm-led 2016 startup pays stock and agrees to vendor terms for Sumday to tackle high-headache, high-potential business of employer-sponsored IRA’s, 529’s, ABLE programs and Health Savings Accounts.

November 2, 2021 at 8:57 PM

Ben Harrison: No other custodian is doing this [cash sweep to high-yield third parties] because it cuts too much into their revenue stream.

Pershing finally matches Schwab on zero-fee trades but it offers big incentives to pay a subscription fee to score perks like auto-sweep to in-house Flourish/Stonecastle-type FDIC cash manager

The Jersey City, N.J. custodian is seeking to disrupt custody's Big Three on value and price by giving RIAs a much better cash choice than having it swept to an in-house bank

March 6, 2020 at 3:34 AM

Todd Gibbons was as 'surprised' as everyone else to find himself suddenly in the BNY CEO chair

In RIA custody milieu, Charlie Scharf's BNY Mellon exit for Wells Fargo is latest unforeseen vapor trail after Lisa Dolly, Tim Hockey, Terri Kallsen, Andy Gill and others fade into the firmament

The CEO-for-rent will face a monumental challenge turning around Wells Fargo, but perhaps not as bleak a landscape for profit margins; Is the RIA free ride coming to an end?

October 1, 2019 at 1:06 AM

Jim Crowley: 'What is not changing is our strategy.'

In extreme air conditioning, Jim Crowley put industrial strength stamp on Pershing INSITE, but admits his custodian needs to get stronger in end-user software

Pershing COO, who took CEO job in May following Lisa Dolly's abrupt departure, made the event zero in on technology, yet again

June 18, 2019 at 3:35 AM

BNY Mellon CEO Charles Scharf has a catbird seat for viewing the success of the RIA business

BNY Mellon's new CEO is an RIA fan, and Pershing Advisor Solutions made a big personnel move to reflect it

Charles Scharf loosened the Pershing purse strings for Mark Tibergien who created 'head of platforms' position for Christina Townsend

March 12, 2019 at 10:14 PM

Barghavi Nuvvula, known as 'chief disrupter' throughout her career, got BNY Mellon to leave her in India and allow her to pursue her PhD in exchange for her brainpower.

BNY Mellon goes on a wild poaching bender as it sets sights on playing a very 2019 game of digital catch-up

Building on Bridget Engle's appointment last year, the New York superbank completes three-hire talent binge, with a money-no-object eye to boosting wealth management

October 18, 2018 at 7:28 PM

Ben Harrison: This is a very conservative number. If we were to continue with hybrid the number would be considerably higher.

The old trick of new math Pershing used to make its RIA assets in custody soar from $200 billion to $615 billion in one year

Citing 'evolution,' the other Jersey City, N.J.-based custodian redefined 'RIA' to leapfrog itself over TD Ameritrade and into the rear view of Fidelity

June 12, 2018 at 5:01 PM

Mark Tibergien with his uber-millennial interviewer, Min Zhang, who got an answer to the question of how long he plans to stick around.

Part of futuristic Pershing Insite 2017 is Mark Tibergien letting RIABiz know that he is intensively grooming his own successors

The Pershing Advisor Solutions CEO came aboard in 2007 but he'll leave a much bigger, younger, more feminine, techier unit -- with more of a BNY Mellon feel to it

June 19, 2017 at 11:12 PM

Lori Hardwick's tour at Pershing is over after a single year as she proves too restless an entrepreneur for life under BNY.

Lori Hardwick resigns from COO job at Pershing in 'completely unexpected' move

The longtime Envestnet exec is apparently leaving to join an entrepreneurial venture just a year after surprising observers by taking the post at the BNY Mellon subsidiary

February 1, 2017 at 11:27 PM

Mark Tibergien: That's probably our highest priority -- an API store.

Mark Tibergien reveals big Pershing robo future as his firm partners with Vanare, SigFig and Jemstep -- and follows TD Ameritrade's open API lead

In speech at St. Regis in San Francisco, the BNY Mellon RIA unit CEO says Pershing is taking a deeper robo plunge by signing on marquee names

May 4, 2016 at 6:11 PM

Lori Hardwick elicits streams of superlatives from the industry.

Completing matriarchal coup, Pershing raids Envestnet's top drawer to grab Lori Hardwick, whom many thought unpoachable

Pershing's top two executives are now women with Lisa Dolly being replaced as COO by another dynamo

February 11, 2016 at 7:45 PM

Perry Olson extracted Atherton from Portola, built it up, and, nine years later, is now selling it to BNY Mellon.

What about the 49ers, Palo Alto experiment and China led a $2.7 billion RIA to sell out, brand and all, to BNY Mellon

BNY Mellon ends up buying RIA -- and paying an extraction fee to Schwab -- after building nearby Palo Alto 6,800-square-ft. branch

February 10, 2016 at 7:40 PM

Ray Ifert [with Lorraine Faedo]: A number of services and products you provide can create some stickiness but as long as you're going to a firm that has the same abilities, the clients will come.

Why an $850 million BNY Mellon RIA team finally said 'yes' to Raymond James after a 'no' in 2007

LPL may have the lead in the quantity of RIAs it's bringing onboard, but Bill Van Law touts this win as an exemplar of the high-quality firms RJ is attracting

January 9, 2015 at 8:22 PM

Kayla Flaten: Boomers assume that millennials want to work from home so that they can sit in their pajamas all day.

The big impression Mark Tibergien and his reverse mentor, Kayla Flaten, 25, made on me over a Manhattan lunch

With 37 years separating them, the interplay has an invaluable zing, buzz and usefulness to it; In other words, it's fun

August 25, 2014 at 4:01 AM

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