With financial planning still a relatively new discipline, can colleges and universities produce enough graduates to meet an anticipated spike in demand for advisors?
As the new owner of international womens networking organization 85 Broads, Sallie Krawcheck speaks with On Wall Street about her beginnings as a journalism student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her views on a uniform fiduciary standard for financial advisors. »
Amy Salo, a musician and real estate agent turned financial planner at Wealth Advisory Group, an agency in the Guardian Life Insurance Company of America network, speaks about how to the financial planning industry should create a more diverse industry. »
Increasing emphasis on client satisfaction may be changing the way wealth managers get paid and how they are evaluated, spurred largely by anticipated regulatory pressures, says Steve Crosby, head of PwC's global private banking and wealth management practice in the Americas. »