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Dr. Ajay Dravid: Fees that are at least partly … contingent on beating a benchmark are in investors’ best interests.

Oisin's Bits: Equinox pledges to beat market, and rivals, before collecting fees • Orion-parent TA Associates readies roll-up spree after $375 million purchase • Sanctuary adds breakway No. 26 to $10 billion haul, reeling in Morgan Stanley firm eager to shed 'old mindset'

Equinox Funds, a small, academic asset manager, launches a mutual fund with fees tied to performance; now the results are in • TA Associates, owner of Orion Advisor Solutions, acquires a beachhead for RIA roll-up spree • It's full steam ahead for Sanctuary's Jim Dickson who bags breakaway No. 26

August 28, 2019 at 3:24 AM

John Copeland's strategy is to take a backseat to RIA principals by letting them own a majority of their firms.

A year after John Copeland came to AMG with blue-ocean RIA growth plan, the publicly owned asset management giant spins him into new venture

Instead of sitting out frothy M&A market for $4-billion-plus RIAs as AMG exec, the now former president of the RIA unit is hustling, with more diverse backers, to crack the chronically stagnant M&A market for small firms

July 12, 2017 at 6:11 PM

Rudy Adolf: A key reason for our partnership is the vision we share for continued growth.

Stone Point and KKR buy Focus Financial for $2 billion by employing massive leverage

PE giants with loans of about $1 billion -- psyched that the roll-up's roll flow is snowballing in 2017 -- cash out Centerbridge, Polaris, Summit, several advisors and employees

April 19, 2017 at 4:39 AM

Jamie Dimon: We are completely comfortable with partnering [with startups] where it makes sense.

JP Morgan gets a 39-page blasting of its corroded culture and ground lost to Silicon Valley robos -- authored by its CEO Jamie Dimon

The letter to shareholders by Wall Street's sultan shows uncharacteristic humility but some analysts question the missive's sincerity

May 28, 2015 at 6:41 PM

Joe Piazza: I prefer to let my actions and the success of our firm speak to the doubters.

Swatting aside 'doubters,' Joe Piazza uses an improbable hook to nab Wells Fargo private bankers -- pent-up Addepar lust

Robertson Stephens chief learns it's easier to court advisors winning Silicon Valley wealth using Made-in-Mountain-View software

April 30, 2014 at 5:26 PM

Jamie McIntyre: The out-of-pocket fees can be almost zero because we've embedded it into the investment management fees for research.

An LPL-ified Fortigent bursts back on the scene with new software, new pricing and a surge of growth

After a tense waiting period, the outsourcer is unveiling alternatives to six-figure research contracts and the launch of an online portal for all services

October 14, 2013 at 5:13 AM

Veritable LP will find plenty of wealth in San Francisco and no clear path to winning it.

$10-billion Philly-area RIA dips a toe in Bay Area waters causing ripples among local firms

Moving into San Francisco almost on the QT, AMG-owned Veritable confirms its first national foray -- but declines to disclose its address

November 1, 2012 at 6:09 PM

Sources say that Maria Elena Lagomasino made a last-ditch effort to buy GenSpring.

How being a $19-billion family office roll-up owned by a bank finally caught up with GenSpring

A fizzled management buyout of the Palm Beach RIA by Maria ("Mel") Elena Lagomasino and other managers preceded the executive exodus, sources say

October 18, 2012 at 5:50 AM

Dune Thorne: I go to sleep every night knowing that I help families.

A Harvard MBA takes her team from a $3-billion Boston RIA to join a $29-billion RIA based in Baltimore

Dune Thorne walked out the Silver Bridge doors with clients with $500 million of assets to take a partner role at Brown Advisory

June 29, 2012 at 5:04 AM

Jeff Spears says wirehouses are running out of ideas for the high-margin products that have produced multimillion-dollar paydays for brokers.

Wall Street's big retention problem: RIA compensation is nearing parity with wirehouse brokers

The ultimate justification of Wall Street-style fees -- that people happily pay them -- may be crumbling

June 3, 2012 at 11:03 PM

Robert Matthews: We look to most people as much like an RIA as a bank.

Bank founded by ex-Merrill chiefs spurs RIA arm to $3 billion after hiring a former Citi chief as CEO

Fieldpoint took off after hiring Robert Matthews who's attracted advisors from US Trust, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Goldman, Bank of America, JPMorgan and Wilmington Trust

May 29, 2012 at 3:45 PM

Jim Steiner: I think it’s harder for RIAs to compete [in the UHNW market].

Wells Fargo targets tempting but treacherous UHNW market with Abbot Downing launch

With $33 billion of assets and legacy Lowry Hill and Calibre elements, the unit plans to hit the ground running and compete in a realm where RIAs are only starting to make a dent

April 2, 2012 at 2:29 PM

Britt Doyle: People with new money who are younger have an inherent distrust with big organizations.

West Coast breakaway drops UBS in favor of Sanctuary/Fortigent outsourcing

Two industry veterans strike out on their own after sudden-millionaires-to-be are cool to their Wall Street ties

November 17, 2011 at 6:09 AM

Jeff Spears: The profit margin on brokerage revenues is in the low teens. For banking products and services, it’s 30%-plus.

A memo to Merrill Lynch brokers and customers from an executive who's walked in Sallie Krawcheck's shoes

The brokerage chief's departure last week marks the end of the experiment of a semi-autonomous Merrill Lynch

September 12, 2011 at 1:07 PM

Mark Tibergien: My goal is to upset you.

Tibergien uses brutal honesty to captivate big Schwab RIAs and others at San Francisco event

The Pershing leader and former Moss Adams star lit into advisors on practice management issues

June 24, 2011 at 2:50 PM

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