Deal volume and value eased during the third quarter after an “unprecedented” first half of 2019.
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David Reich, Hub retirement and private wealth, says the latest acquisition will help the firm improve its retirement planning and financial wellness capabilities.
Hub International’s buying streak of retirement specialist brokerage and advisory firms continues.
WhartonHill’s leaders say they will also continue their partnership with both Global Retirement Partners and LPL Financial, “and look forward to expanding that relationship going forward.”
Hub’s buying streak of established retirement plan advisory firms continues with the acquisition of EPIC Retirement Services Consulting in New York.
“We're excited for Barbara Delaney and the team to join Hub,” said David Reich, National President, Hub Retirement and Private Wealth.
Representatives from the 2019 Retirement Plan Advisers of the Year awards program detail their practice outlooks, client services and team structures.
With the acquisition of Washington Financial Group, HUB International has made public the first of a series of significant anticipated acquisitions of Global Retirement Partners firms.
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It is an open architecture platform where advisers can bring together all of their data and tools to manage client and prospect workflows.
This adds to its consolidated view of the financial services industry, including detailed profiles on all firms and professionals.
One element of the cybersecurity discussion that is often overlooked is that the biggest threat to many advisory firms is not actually to client accounts but instead to the advisory brand.
An interest in consolidating wealth management and institutional businesses drove many advisory industry M&A deals in the second quarter.
Two newly announced acquisitions bring $2 billion in new client assets.
SEC inspection staffers have identified growing security risks associated with advisers’ storage of electronic customer recorders in cloud-based platforms—and they will be watching for non-compliance in this area.