Articles tagged "LPL Financial"


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Publicly traded 'RIA' stocks are having a banner 2017

Wall Street is loving shares of Schwab, Envestnet, Morningstar and LPL

December 8, 2017 — 12:28 AM UTC

All-LPL M&A deal yields one $875-million firm in which Black Diamond, Schwab and Vanguard are named factors

The 51-year-old founder of CalBay Investments Inc. and the Hillis Financial Services founder, 73, do a succession-minded combination that keeps assets all in the LPL family

November 29, 2017 — 11:49 PM UTC

The 2017 FPA conference leans heavily on a Michael Kitces unimpressed with the group's 'silence' on the CFP Board

Although its theme was elusive, the Denver-based advocacy group and standard-setter drew 1,800 advisors to the Country-Western capital

October 9, 2017 — 7:57 PM UTC

Tensions build with OSJs after LPL Financial's 'about face' on held-away RIA assets and forced use of its corporate RIA

Can the Fort Mill, S.C. broker-dealer add 3,200 NPH advisors, make RIAs bend to its will and not break bad with giant partners?

September 6, 2017 — 12:09 AM UTC

Never mind seared corneas. Will the first total American Eclipse since 1991 trigger a major equities market correction?

LPL stat-gazer says signs point to 'no' -- since the turn of the last century total solar eclipses as viewed from the US have presaged double-digit equity gains

August 22, 2017 — 5:59 PM UTC

LPL Financial's tack to roll-up mode -- complete with trash-talking its sweet terms -- may send its rep count sailing past Morgan and Merrill

CEO Dan Arnold's pivot away from seller's market in reps to buyer's market in scooping up rivals on the cheap is an experiment that could work

August 18, 2017 — 6:41 PM UTC

Chip Roame crosses Bay to proclaim bright future for classic RIAs -- and says a certain wirehouse will go fee-only to become the largest RIA -- at Laser App event

CEO Dan Arnold's pivot away from seller's market in reps to buyer's market in scooping up rivals on the cheap is an experiment that could work

August 17, 2017 — 6:36 PM UTC

LPL investment chief to advisors: Buy the dip! What'll it look like? Good question.

Keep an eye out for a pullback triggered by a central bank goof-up, a Trump super-SNAFU or a geopolitical kaboom

August 8, 2017 — 9:56 PM UTC

LPL Financial clips wings of 20 top fund companies by asserting itself as 'gatekeeper' on newly launched DOL-proof 3.5% flat-commission mutual fund superstore

Using Labor Department as leverage, LPL cuts itself in as middleman between branded fund giants -- including Fidelity, Legg Mason and Putnam -- and its advisors' clients -- in exchange for semi-exclusive shelf space positioning

August 4, 2017 — 10:04 PM UTC

LPL Financial's DOL-rule memo to reps implies deeper message: Become an RIA or stand down on giving rollover advice

The 'deep-pocketed' broker-dealer puts its Series-7 brokers on notice to forget about suggesting a rollover even as it gives its hybrid RIAs a strict protocol to stay out of trouble

July 5, 2017 — 8:02 PM UTC

Incredulity hovers over LPL's retro -- or is it inspired? -- choice of original 1983 employee Jim Putnam as chairman

As the 14,000-rep broker-dealer gropes for a post-DOL, post-digital future, it'll rely on the old-school standard bearer to shepherd new CEO Dan Arnold

March 10, 2017 — 8:05 PM UTC

One effect of Ron Carson's exit from LPL after 27 years: His firm disclosed the use of forgivable loans to the SEC

Carson Wealth Management is both an advisor and an advisor platform and Carson says neither he nor his firm 'took a check' in any form

March 3, 2017 — 10:46 PM UTC

New LPL CEO Dan Arnold thrills Wall Street in debut by laying out vanilla vision

Deflecting talk of RIA strategies and alliances with giants aside, Mark Casady's successor says LPL Financial's recruiting machine is poised to crank in DOL turmoil cast-offs

February 10, 2017 — 7:55 PM UTC

LPL fires $10 billion RIA in Kansas City with both parties happy to keep the rift's cause out of view

With fiduciary rules, the economics of RIA custody and LPL fresh off a CEO departure, Resources Investment Advisors Inc. with $4 billion of its own and $6 billion of affiliated assets, declines to say if it's found a new home

February 3, 2017 — 7:17 PM UTC

The real Ron Carson story is that most assets went to Fidelity and TD Ameritrade where technology allows him to execute his vision

The big talk was the lateral move of some assets to Cetera but it was more a smokescreen for a breakaway

January 27, 2017 — 6:51 PM UTC