The deadline to apply for a 2021 scholarship award is October 10, 2021, though plans for multiple years of scholarships sponsored by Ballentine Partners and Aspiriant are already in place.
Over the past decade, the universe of retirement plan recordkeepers has contracted from about 400 to approximately 150, with no signs of slowing. Experts say one lesson learned in this time is that not all scale is created equal.
Join us Tuesday July 13 at 2 p.m. EST for the next edition of the 2021 Practice Progress webinar series, focused on the topic of growing your practice (efficiently and profitably) with small clients.
New performance research published by the Investment Adviser Association shows the industry ‘defied’ the pandemic during the past year, achieving significant growth across key metrics for the ninth consecutive year.
Firms must take concerted action to prepare, train and promote more women to senior leadership roles.
Retirement plan experts say people in this market are in need of advisers who are attuned to and understand their needs.
Join us TODAY at 2 p.m. EST as we discuss the past, present and future of the defined contribution investment only (DCIO) marketplace.
The challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic have accentuated and accelerated the digital transformation that was already underway in the U.S. advisory and wealth management space.
When it comes to succession planning amid record-setting merger and acquisition activity, understanding the different partnership opportunities emerging in the marketplace is essential to maximizing a firm’s equity value.
Join PLANADVISER’s next editorial webinar on May 11 at 2 p.m. EST; the discussion will feature Alicia Locheed Goodrow, a partner at Culhane Meadows whose practice covers succession and tax planning.
Join us May 11 at 2 p.m. EST for a timely and informative webinar on the crucial topic of succession planning.
Rebecca Hourihan, founder of 401(k) Marketing, offers suggestions to help advisory industry professionals feel more confident in their personal brand.
The full title of House Resolution 2123 is the Diversity and Inclusion Data Accountability and Transparency Act; among other goals, it seeks to require regulated financial firms with more than 100 employees to disclose diversity data.