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Robert Clarfeld: It's a minority investment with revenues-sharing and they have no control over expenses.

AMG delves deeper into the RIA business with second deal -- of $4-billion player in NY
Its purchase of a stake in Clarfeld Financial Advisors, Barron's No. 3, shows the Veritable deal was, indeed, a warm up

Tuesday 8.20.13
John Stuart: We're replicating the wirehouse portal.

One RIA's bid to make the technology that makes it possible to use one password
Beverly Hills Wealth Management wants to eliminate the downside of open architecture

Wednesday 5.29.13
Maury Fertig: When it came to their personal investments, they were bad as everyone else.

How a Chicago RIA grew to more than $700 million by carving out a client niche of wirehouse execs
Two Salomon Brothers alums gained the trust of masters of the universe who have seen how the sausage is made yet still make rookie investing blunders

Wednesday 1.23.13
Veritable LP will find plenty of wealth in San Francisco and no clear path to winning it.

$10-billion Philly-area RIA dips a toe in Bay Area waters causing ripples among local firms
Moving into San Francisco almost on the QT, AMG-owned Veritable confirms its first national foray -- but declines to disclose its address

Thursday 11.1.12
Steven Stahlberg: I think we have a great stage to build something.

Three RIA items of interest
BHWM hires Morgan Stanley, RW Baird vet; FallLine brings on third partner to focus on tech; preliminary injunction filed against Matthew Hutcheson

Tuesday 6.19.12
John Copeland: We've been having a number of terrific conversations articulating our growth proposition to independent advisory firms.

AMG makes a dramatic entry into wealth management arena, buying majority stake in $10B Veritable
Veritable LP is the first in a series of very big RIAs the giant asset management firm has its eye on

Wednesday 3.21.12
John Straus: They'd say 'what we'd really like is to pick your brain.'

Former Morgan Stanley and UBS wealth management chief flirts with roll-up model then pivots to management consulting
John Straus knew there was a market for his expertise, but a funny thing happened on the way to becoming an aggregator

Tuesday 3.20.12

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