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Jim Steiner: I think it’s harder for RIAs to compete [in the UHNW market].

Wells Fargo targets tempting but treacherous UHNW market with Abbot Downing launch
With $33 billion of assets and legacy Lowry Hill and Calibre elements, the unit plans to hit the ground running and compete in a realm where RIAs are only starting to make a dent

Monday 4.2.12
Chris Costello: We call it creating the bionic adviser.

How two Wachovia breakaways broke some rules and grew $23 million AUM to $320 million in seven years
The ex-Wachovia team creates 'bionic' advisors, tucks in advisors, poaches advisors and does free work

Thursday 7.21.11
Joe Perry: The way  JHS presented its ethical guidelines helped win his business.

A decade of baby steps led a broker from Merrill Lynch to a three-office hybrid of his own
Potomac Investments now uses broker JHS, where an ethics policy carried the day

Thursday 7.29.10
Fred Bruckner: Maybe the small investor knows something advisors don’t.

Performance measurement challenges for investors who live in a perpetual time horizon world
Columnist Frederick C. Bruckner argues that trustees can afford greater patience with the investment managers they choose.

Monday 5.31.10
The breakaway team held conference calls with LPL in David Armstrong's car.

Two years later, a Merrill Lynch breakaway team has no regrets
No one took a pay cut, no one is answering to a manager anymore, and there's never a question about buying a stapler

Friday 5.21.10
John Peluso: He leads a network that offers a middle way when it comes to independence.

Wells Fargo emerges as independent channel competitor
Third-largest wirehouse had a banner year in 2009, in space inhabited by LPL, Raymond James

Thursday 4.15.10
Matt Mathias: Every time there's a merger, clients are disrupted.

Consolidation pushes a veteran of Wachovia, U.S. Trust, National City into the RIA space
Trendspotters see increase in bank breakaways as wealth management divisions consolidate

Tuesday 2.16.10
Derek Bruton is now in charge of LPL's hybrid business after years of RIA experience with Merrill Lynch, TD Ameritrade and Schwab

LPL's hybrid RIA platform is fast off the mark and names new leaders for 2010
The giant IBD has already surpassed Raymond James' RIA assets but Derek Bruton plans to build on momentum

Monday 1.25.10
Mike Di Girolamo: “Advisors want to find out who their peers are.”

Raymond James shows it's serious about winning bigger RIAs
Raising minimums is part of creating an atmosphere more conducive to elite advisors

Thursday 10.22.09
No vestige of the old brand name here

RIP Wachovia Securities brand name
Wells Fargo Advisors leaps to number three spot day one

Saturday 9.19.09

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