RIA Faces Disclosure Charges in Alleged Sale Scheme
PageOne Financial denies SEC charges that the RIA aimed to fund its own sale with commissions from advisor clients.
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Most advisors won't get the price they want from selling their practices -- and don't really want to sell anyway, one study finds. more »
David Lau, the longtime COO at Jefferson National Life Insurance -- which specializes in Monument Advisor, a flat-fee variable annuity sold to RIAs and fee-based advisors -- has left the company. more »
A paper that Hopewell published introduced stochastic modeling -- including the use of Monte Carlo simulations -- to the profession for the first time. more »
As his private equity owners start to look toward an exit, the founder seeks to bring in new management to position the firm for growth. more »
Michelle Smith explains the advantage of specializing in divorce planning. more »
LPL's ability to service a cluster of firms attracts hybrid Financial Advocacy Network from the D.C. area. more »
The FPA’s new president-elect, Pamela Sandy, wants to help create a more diverse face of the advisory profession, raise the organization’s profile among lawmakers and build a culture at the organization to attract a new generation of planners. more »
A set of mid-1990s recommendations aimed to reform Wall Street's culture. They didn't, however -- and the real losers were investors. more »
Are advisors doing clients a disservice when they prepare to hand over the reins? more »
The pitches are persuasive. Workers who leave jobs with the federal government transferred $10 billion last year out of the Thrift Savings Plan. more »
An FA Insight study finds that RIA firms' strategic plans lack accountability, smart metrics and proactivity. more »
The advocacy organization for personal financial planning announced on Wednesday that Seneca Financial Advisors CEO Joseph Votava Jr. has been elected to serve as its 2015 chair-elect. more »
Described by authorities as a con man, an advisor with a troubled past is ordered to repay $4.2 million in restitution; will serve sentence in a medium-security prison. more »
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