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Ray Ifert [with Lorraine Faedo]: A number of services and products you provide can create some stickiness but as long as you're going to a firm that has the same abilities, the clients will come.

Why an $850 million BNY Mellon RIA team finally said 'yes' to Raymond James after a 'no' in 2007
LPL may have the lead in the quantity of RIAs it's bringing onboard, but Bill Van Law touts this win as an exemplar of the high-quality firms RJ is attracting

Friday 1.9.15
Kayla Flaten: Boomers assume that millennials want to work from home so that they can sit in their pajamas all day.

The big impression Mark Tibergien and his reverse mentor, Kayla Flaten, 25, made on me over a Manhattan lunch
With 37 years separating them, the interplay has an invaluable zing, buzz and usefulness to it; In other words, it's fun

Monday 8.25.14
Frank Campanale: When you find competent private bankers in almost every case they have been successful at bringing business over and growing substantially.

How Frank Campanale's heist, so to speak, of young BNY Mellon Wealth Management stars fits into a bold millennial strategy
The morphed E.F. Hutton venture that is now Lebenthal looks like anything but a retirement home for dusty old brokers from yesteryear

Thursday 8.7.14
Bill Johnston: Our plans are to work with Pershing to bring private banking solutions to the RIA community in a structured, tailored, thoughtful manner.

BNY Mellon is arming Pershing's RIA unit to the teeth with banking products for ultra high net worth clients
Clients of Pershing RIAs can get jumbo mortgage loans -- a good lure for breakaways used to cross-selling like mad at wirehouses

Wednesday 12.11.13
Alan Markarian: We're the largest commercial bank focusing on this need.

How U.S. Bank appeared on the scene as an RIA custodian and where it might find love
Though the brand seems to scream out Generic Retail Bank, its Cincinnati RIA unit see room to wrest share from bigger, more faceless banks and the smaller brokerages

Tuesday 6.11.13
Jim Crowley: Success would be 'growing faster than the market at a multiple rate.'

Between sessions at INSITE, Pershing execs describe how they'll spell victory in their grand custody merger -- and what stands in the way
Elsewhere at the southern Florida confab, Tibergien and former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates fill in for Hillary Clinton under stormy skies

Friday 6.7.13
James Maher: From a conflict standpoint, it was very awkward.

Merrill Lynch team breaks away from Bank of America (yes, ironically) to get better access to bankers
James Maher is forming Archford Capital Strategies as a wealth manager that needs capital galore to unlock his clients' billions in assets from illiquidity

Tuesday 4.2.13
Jeff Chiappetta: Several years ago, there was more demand to trade in foreign exchanges.

Schwab gins up trading in foreign currencies but not for RIAs
The San Francisco-based broker now has trading in local currencies at 12 foreign equity markets but advisors cite higher priorities elsewhere

Tuesday 11.6.12
Chris Crawshaw: This is a great opportunity for us to show the commitment to Japan, which is extremely important to Japanese residents.

A new office in Japan? It's the latest bold move by a $9-billion RIA in Chicago that was acquired by Piper Jaffray
Low-profile Advisory Research Inc., sold for more than $200 million, has long served high-net-worth clients but it's asset management business is also strong

Wednesday 10.10.12
Suresh Kumar's name was synonymous with NetX360 and now he's watching from a loftier BNY perch.

Suresh Kumar moves on to BNY Mellon and Pershing and NetX360 adjust to life without the maestro
The Jersey City-based clearing and custody company is filling the big shoes of its former chief information officer with two of his former underlings

Tuesday 10.9.12
Dan Cronin is BNY Mellon's emissary to the largest, most sophisticated RIAs as it works to find investors for dozens of investment boutiques under its brand.

Dan Cronin jumps from key RIA role at RBC to a new spot at BNY Mellon Investment Management
The longtime Fidelity and Schwab liaison to registered investment advisors has a new mission -- RBC's mission is less obvious as its chief sales guy to RIAs departs

Friday 8.17.12
Mark Hurley touched a nerve in 2010 by questioning the enterprise value of RIA practices.

The next 20 top stories and what they say about where the RIA business is headed
Big companies, big innovators, exclusive conferences and the 401(k) market riveted advisor attention

Wednesday 12.29.10
Craig Gordon is making sure that the Royal Bank of Canada gives RIAs all benefits of scale enjoyed by the company's staff brokers.

8 ways that the RIA business is achieving scale at breakneck speed
IPOs, venture capitalists, RIAs and big corporations are all spending heavily to make it easier for RIAs to become big business

Wednesday 8.4.10
RIAs continue to rise above the landscape and capture notice from across constituencies

What happened in June shows that RIA fortunes stayed on the rise
The giant legislative victory was a landmark for RIAs but much more happened as Spring turned to Summer

Friday 7.2.10
Steve Bartlett: If we can move the needle and get our hundred companies into the automatic transfer [system], it will change the economy of this country in a profound way in a few short years.

Giant push is on in Washington to create a nation of savers
Banks are taking the lead but companies like Fidelity Investments, Raymond James, and Edward Jones plan to jump aboard

Monday 2.22.10




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