With online advertisements, advisers have an opportunity to reach younger people who are interested in finance topics.
A Broadridge webinar evaluated the impacts of successful virtual advising in 2020, and explored which digital outlets financial advisers are focusing on in 2021.
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Data from Echelon Partners shows the number of adviser or adviser team ‘breakaways’ declined by nearly 20% in 2020 versus 2019. However, 2019 set the record for breakaway activity.
The average deal size grew significantly, as new players have flocked to the retirement advisory and wealth management industry over the past year.
A look at what worked particularly well in 2020 and that could keep propelling growth in 2021.
Though the whole year and the final quarter, especially, have already delivered impressive numbers, there are expectations that some additional major transactions could soon be announced.
Advisers who have actively reached out to clients say they have been able to maintain them.
The CFP Board says financial planning professionals need to attract more women and people of color to the industry.
Data shared by the Investment Adviser Association shows the number of SEC-registered investment advisers continues to grow at a steady pace, reaching yet another record high at the end of 2019.
Both responding to and reflecting the times, leaders at major financial services organizations are growing increasingly vocal about the importance of cognitive and cultural diversity on a team’s long-term performance.
Meeting the needs of Baby Boomers and Millennials and addressing investors’ desire for low costs are key to growing business.
Communication strategies are integral to financial advisers, plan sponsors and participants, especially now.
Because of its fundamental importance to American lives and livelihoods, panelists agreed, the workplace is the right place to nurture diversity and inclusion; they also agreed the adviser industry has a whole lot of work to do.
Advisers share tips on how to work effectively from home during the pandemic.
The ‘carve-out’ acquisition brings CAPTRUST’s assets under advisement to $400 billion and represents the continuation of an important retirement plan industry trend involving large, diversified financial services firms.
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