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George Aylward: The agreement is subject to review and approval by the Commission and therefore we cannot provide any additional information or answer any questions.

Catching shareholders short, SEC lets Virtus skate with $16.5 million tax-deductible settlement after alleged 'willful blindness'
Observers say the Hartford, Conn.-based mutual fund company turned a blind eye to a fictitious track record but the SEC saw fit to mete out a not-so-big fine

Wednesday 11.4.15
Michael Kim: There just aren't a great number of people out there who can take the consultative approach and actually work well with advisors.

AssetMark finds greatest treasure of Curian shipwreck to be its survivors, even as it salvages $2 billion from the ocean floor
The Concord, Calif.-based outsourcer fills five sales positions from its fallen competitor with ease and sets them a task to throw life rings to even more adrift advisors

Monday 10.19.15
Charles Goldman: Any company on the block for a year ... that's not good.

Charles Goldman becomes board chairman for Genworth Financial Wealth Management after playing a mastermind role in its purchase by private-equity buyers
The Advizent co-founder and former Fidelity and Schwab RIA chief sees potential to jumpstart the $20-billion TAMP after its two-year slump

Monday 10.7.13
In the heart of the SF financial district, the FPA uses The Palace to pull of one of the best regional events on the RIA calendar

At FPA's Norcal event, wary advisors are told how to stop worrying and love the cloud
RIABiz' editor storms The Palace at the San Fran conference, listens in on tech chiefs soothing mobile angst and checks out the after-party in an old-time saloon

Tuesday 6.5.12
Frank Pizzichillo: Helping build the organization was what I loved. It wasn't managing sales people. I liked building things from scratch.

Fidelity veteran Frank Pizzichillo leaves MarketCounsel to join Genworth
In his new role, the Fidelity veteran will be back in advisors' offices advising them on how to grow their businesses

Monday 11.28.11
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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