CAPTRUST Financial Advisors has announced two additional acquisition deals that were completed last year.
In one of CAPTRUST’s largest acquisitions to date, the move to onboard Portfolio Evaluations brings more than $107 billion in assets and several hundred clients.
From personal income tax issues to fraud and involvement in civil litigation, the financial professional accreditation organization has identified a variety of punishable issues among its members or candidates.
One of the first adviser industry acquisition deals of 2022 underscores the trend of retirement plan-focused firms and wealth management firms joining forces.
From continued coverage of the CARES Act and government stimulus bills to the machinations surrounding the DOL’s fiduciary regulations, some key topics gained outsized attention from readers this year.
The firms say held-away accounts often represent a large opportunity for individuals to grow their net worth, but they have historically been challenging for advisers to support.
After a year of nuanced challenges, plan sponsors say they are looking to DC plan specialists for a broad spectrum of advice, and they want higher levels of expertise.
Nonetheless, economic uncertainty and market volatility continue to be top concerns when it comes to business owners achieving their financial goals.
Industry leaders say there is simply no question that the events of the past two years have caused a fundamental rethinking within the industry regarding the importance of improving diversity and inclusion. The last Practice Progress webinar for 2021 will explore this critical topic.
While not a regulator, the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards still keeps a close eye on its members’ conduct, and it has recently ordered sanctions against nearly two dozen advisory professionals for a variety of ethical failures.