BOSTON - The future of the investment advisory industry depends on reducing the cost of doing business, said Mark Casady, Chairman and CEO of LPL Financial, in the opening keynote at the Money Management Institute’s 2011 annual convention, which kicked off on Wednesday in Boston.
Casady wasn’t just talking about lowering the direct costs to advisors on items such as technology, but also reducing advisor and money manager fees to their clients.
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