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The IMPACT production team went all-out to craft a dramatic backdrop for Bernie Clark's opening remarks.

The 2012 Schwab IMPACT conference comes off with a theatrical flair
Bernie Clark all but donned top hat and tails for a dramatic presentation of upcoming initiatives, and a last-minute celeb subbed for a famed basketball coach

Thursday 11.15.12
Liz Ann Sonders: A lot of people think analysts are in la-la land.

Liz Ann Sonders: Markets may have to tank before lawmakers step back from the fiscal cliff
Speaking at IMPACT, Schwab's chief strategist also weighs in on the net effect of long-term low interest rates and the looming cliff after the looming cliff: The debt ceiling

Wednesday 11.14.12
Rob Isbitts: Don't ignore solid investment process and strategy in the name of 'waiting to see' which parts of Cliff are allowed to occur on Jan. 1

Fiscal Cliff is ready for his close-up -- whether we are or not
The end is nigh! Or not. Either way, here's how to prepare your clients to traverse that uncharted country beyond Jan. 1

Monday 11.12.12
Heather Ettinger: This year was 180 degrees different ... [Bettinger's] chemistry with advisors seemed so much better.

Walt Bettinger's comments on threats facing RIAs clinched success at Schwab's EXPLORE 2012
150 top RIA execs with $150 billion-plus in combined firm AUM gathered in Dana Point, Calif., last week

Wednesday 6.27.12
Timothy Welsh: Campanale and his team were caught somewhat flat-footed when the story broke.

How Frank Campanale's E.F. Hutton resurrection, a TD management hire and upbeat advisors electrified IMCA's annual conference
More than 1,500 advisors came to the Potomac -- including more than a few of Campanale's Smith Barney Consulting alumni

Thursday 4.26.12
Bill Dwyer gave a high-energy speech predicting 500% asset growth among independents as 401(k)s roll over.

What went down at Barron's Top Independent Advisors Summit in the Arizona desert
Many of the biggest and best RIA stars showed up and put Bernie Clark, Mike Durbin, Tom Nally, Mark Tibergien, Bill Dwyer, Charles Goldman and Barnaby Grist in one room

Monday 3.26.12

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