Articles tagged "Cerulli Associates"
New Cerulli study shows 'absolutely surprising' finding: Human advisors have drubbed the self-directed investing sector despite radical advances in DIY tools
The Cerulli findings have a caveat for humans -- that just-in-time advice to investors whose assets grow to $500,000 may be too late to win the account
December 1, 2023 at 2:15 AM
McKinsey & Co. weighs in on the future of RIAs -- where it has 'zero business' -- and comes up with the same boilerplate prediction about the demise of mom-and-pop shops
The $10-billion revenue colossus pooh-poos $7 trillion of 'mom-and-pop' RIA assets after they take in 22% of all investable assets last year, from 16% base, according to McKinsey's own numbers.
June 7, 2023 at 1:36 AM
A $3 billion TD Ameritrade RIA pulls assets out of Schwab --after it cut services for TDA RIAs, and got sticker shock -- ahead of merger date
Anthony "Tony" J. Mazzali, CEO of CG Advisory Services, is shifting the bulk of its assets to LPL Financial to curb the assymetric power in his custody relationship with Schwab.
May 2, 2023 at 3:26 AM
With IRA inflows as tailwind, RIAs are taking over U.S. pension assets by the trillions as second act to 35 years of ransacking wirehouse talent and booty
Rollovers to individual retirement accounts hit a net $444 billion in 2021, Cerulli reports; advisors got 63% and the 401(k) cow is only going to get more productive.
February 9, 2023 at 5:23 AM
RIAs are just not that into ESG investing -- at their peril, a new study says. That makes a leap: This is the one case where the customers -- both RIAs and their clients -- are wrong.
Cerulli is the latest to question RIAs for 'not fully understanding' ESG as an emerging megatrend, which could lead to a potential disconnect with Next Gen investors.
May 18, 2021 at 1:12 AM
The super-TAMP 'OCIO' category suddenly, finally looks mortal in 2019, says Cerulli report, but modest reinvention and price cuts could give it a new run
The outsourced chief investment officer industry exploded to almost $2 trillion globally and $1.4 trillion in the US, by striking a balance between TAMPs and consultants that propelled 20% growth without much fee pressure, the Boston consultant shows.
December 23, 2019 at 6:22 PM
Oisin's Bits: Vanguard aborts banking effort, because it was more fixated on beating BoA than being itself, an analyst says; SEI is killing it in the Mercer/Russell realm by competing with a retrofitted TAMP-thingy
The $5.3-billion Malvern, Pa. monster finds its investors want it to stick to investing, not checking accounts and the Oaks, Pa. TAMP leader gets upmarket with no-conflict pitch and product fit and
March 22, 2019 at 11:22 PM
LPL issues urgent warning to RIAs: The SEC wolf blew down its home-office door and is combing through records for evidence of mutual fund share class misuse
Andy Kalbaugh emailed a letter to LPL advisors that file their own ADVs as a sort of fair-warning heads up
July 25, 2018 at 10:37 PM
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
Merrill Edge eases Bank of America's transition to a post-wirehouse world
The Charlotte super bank's plan to add 600 branches builds on success but recruiters say lingering tension between Merrill and Merrill Edge advisors is more of a factor than the bank admits
April 3, 2018 at 8:32 PM
Fidelity Investments makes unlikely turnaround as active equity manager but is it taking on too much risk?
With Abby Johnson in charge, Fidelity is swinging for more fences, beating peers, continuing to see asset outflows and thinking long-term
March 20, 2018 at 9:34 PM
Fidelity's bet on ultra-compliance with the DOL rule pays off big as 401(k) assets jump stunning $280 billion in 2017
The Boston giant also added staggering 1.6 million plan participants but here comes DOL rule's BICE and the need to come extra clean on all those in-house funds
March 16, 2018 at 5:41 PM
After $30-million VC raise, 106 hires and topping $1 trillion of AUA, Vestmark is no longer just that UBS-LPL TAMP engine in the Massachusetts suburbs
Rob Klapprodt is helping reinvent his 'aggressive' firm to compete with the 'Vestmark' brand
March 12, 2018 at 7:53 PM
Vanguard Group gets under RIAs' skin by launching ETFs supposedly aimed at helping them
Joe Duran says debut of up-priced, factor-based ETFs paves the way for fatter Vanguard RIA margins and broader U.S. wealth-management market share
February 22, 2018 at 3:55 AM
It's time for RIAs to shift the 'fiduciary' debate and make it about 'integrity'
Integrity demands wholeness, which Wall Street can't claim as its sales staff and business model continues to get thrashed in the marketplace