The train has left the station. The cat is out of the bag. Choose whatever expression you want – but whether the DOL rule is delayed, modified or killed, a more educated general public will demand that you act in their best interests.
Higher interest rates are on the horizon, and many clients have been asking, “Why didn’t my portfolio keep up with the market?” Advisors may need to remind clients about the broad value of a diversified portfolio.
You won’t just wake up to a new, better business – you have to focus on 3 things in order to grow. If you don’t, you may wind up living the same (stagnant) business over and over again.
With one data security breach after the other making headlines, advisors should ensure that a vault solution is part of your broader client portal strategy.
The advisory business is at an inflection point. I believe we will see more changes in the next 5 years than we saw over the last 30. And advisors who don’t have a plan for these changes may not be around to see them.
Incorporating a multigenerational strategy is one way to help your firm grow. Let’s look at 3 different approaches, each requiring varying levels of commitment and change.
If you’re an advisor who (unintentionally) lets your business run you, rather than the other way around, there’s hope. Today, I’m sharing a chapter from Julie Littlechild’s new book, The Pursuit of Absolute Engagement.
In our recent survey of high-net-worth and penta-millionaire investors, the questions focused on their perceptions of goals-based investing. The results might have you reconsidering your New Year’s resolutions.
You can’t build a strong relationship with your clients by meeting them once a year. Maybe you can take a page out of my advisor’s playbook.
Document management may not be the most exciting subject, but its impact on your advisory firm can be profound. To help you make the right choice for your firm, Mark Nahlovsky of ActiFi and I have created an overview of today’s document management market.