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Scott Dell'Orfano: I have seen 3,000 advisory firms, and you get a sense of firms that are set up for success and others who are struggling.

How Scott Dell'Orfano is helping to double the size of Banyan Partners just six months after leaving Fidelity
The former national RIA sales exec at Fidelity brings charisma and vision to the task of making unlikely mates of his Florida company and a whiter-gloved Silver Bridge.

Tuesday 6.25.13
Cammie Doder: We want to be super-responsive and empathetic that our industry and our space can be very confusing.

Family offices are facing frustration as 'prima donna' sales stars prove to be in short supply to handle like clients
Assets seem to be growing healthily at family offices but many of the old-school practices are in a bad spot

Friday 5.31.13
Larry Stupski never sought much credit -- only results. But higher-ups who knew him give him unbridled kudos for his leadership at Schwab.

Larry Stupski is remembered as the other man, hands down, who made Schwab great
The soft-spoken, hard-driving guy is largely credited with Schwab's sale to BoA, its buyout from BoA and its IPO -- all big successes

Friday 5.24.13
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
David Lincoln: Many of these family offices used to be content with slow growth, but now they find that they need to demonstrate vibrant to attract top talent.

Smelling blood on Wall Street, genteel family offices are using the 'S' word, study shows
A sales culture is being driven by competitve pressures and opportunities for fresh assets that are too tempting to pass up

Tuesday 10.4.11
Leigh Faber will consult advisors and family offices in how to serve the ultra-affluent more effectively.

Family Office Exchange is betting that RIAs and the ultra-affluent can't get enough of each other
FOX sees niche as big RIAs fill fiduciary void, banks lose their hegemony and the economy mints more ultra-affluent investors

Tuesday 5.31.11
Michael Russo: Once a practice gets too big, not all the assets can be funneled to top-notch boutique managers.

[Updated] Former wealth manager for Montgomery Securities and Presidio Financial is remaking his [big] practice in wine country as an RIA
Michael Russo is signing clients and making hires from digs in Napa

Wednesday 8.18.10
Jeff Handy: As I was interviewing I got that heavy sense of foreboding.

Former head of private client unit at Thomas Weisel Partners joins an RIA
Jeff Handy becomes part of Argos Wealth Advisors and reunites with old Montgomery Securities rainmaker

Wednesday 8.18.10
George Keith: People know it’s tough out there so productivity has skyrocketed. Before, people were in at 9:30 and out at 4:30.

RIAs are rushing to take advantage of a fire sale on talent
Putting great people and the RIA business model together holds tremendous promise, analysts say

Thursday 7.15.10

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