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Outlook for the planners -- who were recruited with a promise that they would "not [be] required to sell" -- seems to depend on whether you talk to Northwestern Mutual or LearnVest.  More »
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You can use a well-organized advisory board to get strategic advice from the people who are your most valuable assets. Here are a few suggestions for running a group.  read more »
Ultrahigh-net-worth investors can have complex needs. That's why Abbot Downing, Wells Fargo's group serving investors with $50 million or more, has family historians and psychologists on staff.  read more »
"It's the biggest branch: the online channel," said Rob Landstein, executive vice president and chief information officer at Radius.
Banks are gravitating toward a new technology they think can help customers more easily open mobile accounts: allowing photographs from smartphones to help customers auto-fill portions of their application.  read more »
The bank channel has improved its image as a career choice for advisors by offering a wider array of investments and easy referrals.  read more »
The amount of money socked away in retirement accounts jumped up 6% with U.S. retirement assets totaling nearly $25 trillion at the end of December 2014.  read more »
For Victoria Collins and Jennifer Cagle, a succession plan was complicated by a pending public offering. One kept a valuable equity stake, the other got the client base.  read more »
Outlook for the planners -- who were recruited with a promise that they would "not [be] required to sell" -- seems to depend on whether you talk to Northwestern Mutual or LearnVest.  read more »
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