Articles tagged "Eric Clarke"


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Caveats galore, Redtail attempts CRM revolution based on texting starting with 27,000 firms who use its software

Compliance experts and advisors throw down the gauntlet on CRM chat challenges but CEO/CTO Brian McLaughlin is unfazed

October 11, 2017 — 7:30 PM UTC

Eric Clarke keeps FUSE lit by rebalancing deep-suburbia hackathon with BlackRock and DFA real economiks

The event's subversive air drew the local police, yet again, to the door of the Park City, Utah weekend hackathon

September 11, 2017 — 6:43 PM UTC

Scott Hanson sells RIA to Parthenon after 'semi-retirement' drove him half-crazy -- so he could work full-time to get to $10 billion

The Sacramento RIA turned 50, adopted two children and realized he needed a plan to embrace even more challenges and chaos

July 28, 2017 — 10:08 PM UTC

Skip Schweiss and Chip Roame lead risky, if risk-managed, hike of RIA types on famously perilous trail -- with danger striking right on schedule

Wild boar, spinner dolphins and Portuguese men o' war looked on as we essayed Hawaii's Kalalau Trail, finding out firsthand why it's called the 10th-most dangerous hike in America

July 21, 2017 — 6:21 PM UTC

In poaching coup, Charles Goldman hires open-API wizard Mukesh Mehta to AssetMark from Cetera

The legendary chief information officer headed Schwab Institutional's efforts before shepherding in TD Ameritrade's legendary open API

March 15, 2017 — 8:09 PM UTC

The four-year ordeal Orion's president underwent to launch Eclipse -- a sprint to stay in the race with Tamarac and Black Diamond for rebalancing

Eric Clarke tried to build, failed, bought, but kept on building until he got Amazon-ensconsed Eclipse

February 28, 2017 — 2:31 AM UTC

Eric Clarke hatches plan to put RIA fees front and center by applying sunlight to 1.5 million accounts

The president of Orion Advisor Services mined the fee information of the 1,000 RIAs who use his software

December 23, 2016 — 7:25 PM UTC

How Aaron Klein plans to make Riskalyze the epicenter of the RIA business with $20 million of fresh private equity money

The CEO startup already has 15,000 users but now he sees the Risk Number as the skeleton key for unlocking robo potential by eliminating two-tier, two-business problem for B2B robos

November 30, 2016 — 10:08 PM UTC

Advent's parent buys Salentica to bolster Black Diamond CRM

SS&C promised to buy David Welling lots of M&A toys to sweeten his firm's Black Diamond offering and now the big Salesforce-Microsoft reseller begins to fulfill that promise

October 24, 2016 — 2:48 PM UTC

Tiburon CEO Summit goes high as talk turns to FANG factor on days one and two

The once-dismissed prospect that Facebook, Amazon and Google could enter wealth management was back on the front burner as advice business chiefs gathered and Google contributed to a panel

October 12, 2016 — 10:44 PM UTC

Orion's parent NorthStar tops 700 employees, finishes second Omaha campus and taps a super-exec from central casting to run it all

With Eric and Todd Clarke handling day-to-day challenges at Orion and CLS, NorthStar finds an un-Clarke in Jon Baum, former CEO and chairman of The Dreyfus Corp.

March 24, 2016 — 7:02 PM UTC

What exactly to make of Fidelity's WealthScape and whether it's the bull in the third-party-equilibrium China shop

Calling it multicustody may be a stretch but the firm is determined to compete head-on with its own performance reporting software

February 17, 2016 — 10:34 PM UTC

Strung out on Red Bull, and stung by a red-faced landlord, 70 tech nerds and Russian-style judges, Eric Clarke pushes RIA app coders to new limits in Utah suburb

No panels, no PowerPoint no breakout sessions -- just tech whizzes from competing firms striving to integrate their systems to better serve financial advisors

September 18, 2015 — 6:16 PM UTC

Quovo rakes in $4.75 million from VC backers and a triumvirate of angel RIAs: Carson, Bicknell and Lockshin

The mini-Yodlee is ready to play the feisty startup role in the RIA account aggregation market

September 1, 2015 — 5:05 PM UTC

How Orion's parent company -- NorthStar -- is recovering, Omaha-style, from underestimating space needs by 45,000 square feet

After hiring 326 people in last 18 months, people are being all but stuffed in closets but a cheap solution is at hand -- a new campus

August 28, 2015 — 4:43 PM UTC