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Roger Hewins: We’re talking about now having 22 locations in 12 states.

A $2.6 billion Schwab RIA grapples with gaining a $420 million Securities America rep firm -- and a big footprint
The Wipfli-Eide Bailly accounting merger doubles Hewins Financial Advisors' opportunity to convert CPA client funds to AUM, analysts say

Friday 1.13.12
Jim Weil: There was no straw that broke the camel's back. There was no dirty secret.

Big Chicago advisory firm exits Raymond James; forms its own RIA with Pershing
After a dozen years with the big broker-dealer, the group saw advantages to using NetX360 and working with Mark Tibergien

Friday 10.7.11
Harry Jones: We went through an exhaustive search.

What headway Pershing's RIA unit is making after four years under Mark Tibergien
98 RIAs joined the Jersey City custodian in 2010, up from 35 RIAs in 2009 and 24 in 2008

Monday 7.25.11
George Bush: I wouldn’t call me Wall Street. I’d call me a West Texas skeptic.

Pershing clarifies how it's the un-Schwab and a far-flung crowd pours in to South Florida
The INSITE conference draws a diverse set of advisors, Bush speaks and advisors get word on Dodd-Frank

Monday 6.13.11
Bill Whitney: Everybody at a wirehouse has reached a gag threshold and is looking for an exit with few exceptions.

UBS brokers break away Mississippi style and a bass-fishing ex-Merrill broker comes out of retirement
Leaving the wirehouse was made easier by a truism of the folksy state: clients would be offended not to be asked to follow

Wednesday 4.28.10
Andy Gill: Clients understand what they're going to get with purchases of new issues of municipal bonds.

Schwab gives investors seat at the table for new-issue municipal bonds with J.P. Morgan deal (updated)
San Francisco broker answers call of RIAs seeking to better serve retirement-minded Baby Boomers

Friday 4.23.10
Bernie Clark: Our competitors are still treating this [custody of alternative assets] as an accommodation.

After a wait, Schwab has a program for alternative assets
The giant custodian will hold many of the assets itself

Thursday 4.22.10
Charles Huebner: You can see it in their eyes. They say: You can tell what it is like to take the risk.

Two senior UBS brokers pass on retirement to pursue aggressive breakaway plan
Huebner and Jagger are winding up, not down with multi-faceted growth strategy

Tuesday 3.16.10
Mark Tibergien: We are managing risk. That is what B-to-B firms do.

Pershing is working to create a better alternative assets experience
The Jersey City RIA custodian believes a defined list of criteria gives it an edge

Monday 3.8.10
Mark Tibergien: We were so impressed with Schwab's service that we hired 14 of their people in the past two years.

Mark Tibergien is making Pershing an industrial strength custodian with an RIA service touch
The feisty CEO of Pershing's RIA unit believes his offering will speak to big RIAs

Thursday 3.4.10
Fred Tomczyk: RIAs will continue to get what they need from TD

7 signs that TD Ameritrade's big conference may be a harbinger of bigger things
The #3 custodian is choosing its own path

Monday 2.8.10
Paul Lally: Banks see this possibly as the opportunity of a lifetime to get into the wealth management business.

Banks are hungry to buy RIAs again
The same pressures for growth and non-interest income have them shopping, albeit more cautiously

Monday 12.14.09
Mark Tibergien: Nothing is forever. Advisors say they wouldn’t sell to such-and-such organization, but they do.

Deal bottleneck in M&A caused by buyers expecting fire sale prices, report says
Quantity of deals is down but quality may be up; 2010 looks brighter

Friday 12.11.09
Eliza De Pardo: “The data is a starting point but it’s not the end game.”

Will the real Moss Adams please stand up?
Two companies with ties to the Seattle-based consulting firm seek to fill a void

Monday 11.9.09
Mark Tibergien: Plays role in marrying RIA and brokerage assets

Pershing puts RIA custody on desktop of thousands of IBD reps (One of three articles in a series)
Pershing makes mini-custodians out of broker-dealers

Thursday 8.6.09

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