The collaboration of Riskalyze and Charles Schwab will ease an adviser’s workflow challenges and allow for greater efficiency, says Kyle Van Pelt, vice president of partnerships at Riskalyze.
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The Tamarac platform allows RIAs to license the specific software they need for reporting, trading and CRM, with the option to add components as their firms look to automate more of their business.
The technology conversation is no longer simply about the amount of data available, but rather how it is used and, more specifically, how granular it is, as to the view it affords advisers.
The inspiration to create BrightPlan was based on the idea that everyone deserves access to trusted, affordable financial advice that supports long-term financial goals.
The two firms hope to allow advisers to access a new version of Vestwell’s retirement planning portal on the Riskalyze platform.
The firm says this “first of its kind compliance-approved text messaging solution for financial advisers” helps maximize convenient client communication.
The firm has launched a prospect portal and now offers a depository for financial, legal and personal documents.
In conversation with PLANADVISER, cybersecurity attorney and former SEC staffer Marlon Paz suggests it is absolutely essential for advisory firms to have a senior executive “not just appointed but also empowered” as the chief information security risk officer.
The financial services and retirement advisory industry has collectively invested tens, if not hundreds of millions of dollars in the last decade to boost the use of big data technology; one researcher asks how it’s all paid off.
The new PlanOnTarget initiative gives CUNA’s adviser clients new digital capabilities including self-service dashboards and enhanced analytics.
The tool will help advisers provide plan sponsors with relevant feedback about operational and performance comparisons to their peer group.
The new solution uses robo-advisory and automation technology from Trizic to enable FIS clients to cost-effectively manage smaller-balance accounts.
The new partnership shows brokerage firms serving RIAs are committing to delivering new fiduciary-minded technologies, especially scalable personalized advice solutions.
New Cerulli Associates research identifies “pain points” at the root of advisers’ decisions to change firms—and what leadership can do to address staff concerns before losing key advisers.
The solution is built around automated newsletters that establish regular contact with clients and prospects.
The new application will provide advisers with access to industry experts and online training materials.
The solution provider retirement plans with data-driven insights about the health and performance of the plan.
The firms suggest the new arrangement will deliver “powerful risk analytics” directly within an efficient retirement planning solution.
The firms suggest their service integrations will enhance adviser-client conversations.
According to recent research conducted for Everplans by Cerulli Associates, 93% of advisers believe they will retain the assets of heirs when their primary client dies, yet 85% of children fire the financial adviser after their parent dies.