Articles tagged "DeVoe & Co."
Biz Briefs: Vanguard's tax-loss harvest yields a caveat• Vermont green with envy ... of red states? • CFP Board spends $12 million on bungee metaphor • BlackRock isn't neutral on Credit Suisse • Women are the Goliath of 'David' in UK finance
Tax-loss harvest gains may have some home assembly required, says Jeff DeMaso • Adrian Johnstone is now in the driving seat at Practifi • CFP Board spending just topped $150 million • and Vermont shares some Texas thinking on ESG investing.
March 25, 2023 at 1:32 AM
David DeVoe brings M&A elite to Las Vegas, but dealmaking took a back seat to RIA people crisis and the 13X-valuation elephant in the room
The self-disciplined M&A crowd discussed pre-deal sausage-making, which left little room for managerial hot-dogging.
May 24, 2022 at 8:29 PM
As Thomas H. Lee Partners asserts itself, Dave Pottruck steps down as chairman of HighTower's board of directors
The early investor and ex-Schwab CEO is giving ground to the new ownership
April 20, 2018 at 7:01 PM
Buckingham becomes KKR-fueled, check-listed M&A 'machine' that now feeds on BAM TAMP clients
The Focus Financial-owned DFA RIA faces hazards of going '100 miles per hour' but Buckingham CEO Adam Birenbaum has no fear
March 2, 2018 at 9:28 PM
HighTower picks up $6.4-billion roll-up on the cheap but the valuation may reflect WealthTrust's stagnant growth and profitability
The Chicago roll-up gets an embattled league of RIAs for about $70 million by persuading its financiers to double down and private equity owners to suck it up
April 13, 2017 at 11:35 PM
HighTower parts ways with -- and doesn't replace -- the dealmaker who has 'worked on more breakaway transactions ... than anyone in the industry'
Elliot Weissbluth's gun-slinging No. 2, Mike Papedis, moves on after HighTower's assets declined, deals waned and the once-loud company took on an indoor voice
March 21, 2017 at 9:53 PM
After sticking his own succession landing, Tim Kochis bags 'retirement' and joins forces with DeVoe & Co. to help other RIAs do same
Tim Kochis helped David DeVoe with his business plan and may become a shareholder as soon as next year
March 13, 2017 at 6:09 PM
How Tiedemann and Presidio did a no-cash merger of their $4.9 billion and $4 billion RIAs -- and their disarming honesty about jitters
A restructuring by Presidio's stricken CEO's deputy paved the way for a 'non-threatening' union in which all principals keep their equity
August 16, 2016 at 9:05 PM
Report: Focus Financial is preparing SEC paperwork for its initial public offering -- but is it jumping the gun?
With $325 million in revenues, the jumbo New York roll-up seeks to assuage a host of liquidity challenges
July 7, 2015 at 3:36 PM
Mark Hurley's new report analyzes the pathology of the aging RIA and the illiquidity it exacts
The leveraged buyout specialist posits thousands of principals trapped in their practices, unable to sell, victims of psychological unpreparedness
May 14, 2015 at 4:57 PM
Bankers show muted confidence in competing with RIAs, Fidelity study shows
The projections from the most optimistic set of bankers predicts sub-5% growth annually, even on steep part of growth curve
March 6, 2014 at 9:32 PM
Dynasty Financial Partners drops its passive-referral strategy and hires a ex-HighTower talent to engineer proactivity
Ed Friedman, once at Elliot Weissbluth's left hand, becomes right-hand man of Shirl Penney after two years of cooling his heels after departure from HighTower
December 3, 2013 at 7:03 PM
How 3 wealth managers at Goldman Sachs parlayed a $1 billion book of business into a $125-million payday -- after doing it once before for $217 million
Todd Morgan sold his practice to State Street the first time, bought it back and is now selling to an entity partially owned by the National Bank of Canada
September 5, 2013 at 3:37 AM
Partners at Focus Financial check their egos at the door to secure $216 million of hard cash
Polaris, Summit and CEO Rudy Adolf sell a portion of their stake in the big aggregator to Centerbridge Capital Partners -- and it puts them in a minority position for the first time
July 16, 2013 at 1:49 AM
What's up with Invesco offloading its $20-billion RIA/trust firm to a Canadian bank -- and at a bargain price?
Post-Morgan Stanley deal, the institutionally-minded fund company is becoming a player in retail asset management -- making Atlantic Trust less of a core holding