11 Smartest Things Heard at the Tiburon CEO Summit

The burgeoning influence of financial advisors in the United States was a repeated observation at this year's Tiburon CEO Summit at New York City's Ritz Carlton in Battery Park. 

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Comments (2)
This article is right on point. As an attendee, I was also pleased to hear the a core value of Tiburon Summit is it remain focused on our clients and their expectations and experiences with those of us who provide financial solutions for them and their families.
Posted by maree m | Thursday, April 11 2013 at 2:09PM ET
Our question for all of Tiburon's statements and claim sis -- where is the independent data supporting any of them?

If there is no data supporting these claims -- why would senior leaders ever spend time on them? We have to assume - senior leaders like to have someone tell them what they already believe and what supports their own personal status quo.

"Without data, you're just another person with an opinion."

Hucksterism is claims without data.
Posted by Elmer R | Friday, April 12 2013 at 10:16AM ET
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