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Laura Pierson: I'm anticipating some of our loyal clients may question us about this choice. It's bold and unconventional.

Monica Lewinsky is giving a keynote at Ron Carson's Peak conference
The ex-intern's message about cyberbullying, public shaming and personal branding is one advisors need to hear, according to Carson and industry advisors

Thursday 8.13.15
Payel Farasat: You become very humble when you have to sit across from clients and manage their life savings. This is big stuff.

Extraordinary women awaken the RIA business, shepherd billions
In a business starved for beyond-the-books talent, executives are turning to a largely untapped gender

Friday 3.6.15
Tony Robbins was given one hour, demanded two hours then performed for three.

Tony Robbins walks past the close a bit but nonetheless delivers at MarketCounsel
Despite detaining for three hours the just-arrived-in-Las Vegas crowd way past feeding time, Robbins won hearts, if not heads

Tuesday 12.9.14
Greg Friedman and Neesha Hathi may symbolize how companies like his Junxure and her Schwab are getting close, but not too close.

How big companies stampeded to T3 with big bucks and how it affects the once maverick RIA software show
Broker-dealers, custodians, Salesforce and TAMPs are paid more and played more in Anaheim

Thursday 2.13.14
The MarketCounsel Summit convened many kings of the jungle.

The 2013 MarketCounsel Summit is heavy on future shock
A Cassandra-like Steve Lockshin lead the gloomsters, Team Tech protested that the future is bright and Frank & Dodd laid an egg

Monday 12.16.13
Bill Crager: New chapter, full speed.

Envestnet goes back to its un-marketing marketing approach as Marion Asnes (mostly) leaves and her CMO spot gets deleted
On fire, Envestnet will still 'market' through conferences, advertisements and the like but with a more decentralized command structure

Tuesday 9.10.13
Todd Thomson lives on an evacuated island but decided to stay with neighbors and depend on generators.

How RIA business players in New York are roughing it through Hurricane Sandy
Principals at Dynasty, Envestnet and AppCrown are engaging in guerrilla tactics to brave near-impossible business conditions

Wednesday 10.31.12
In the old days, it was all good to call an advisory publication 'Registered Representative'

Registered Rep. is finally changing its name
It'll be WealthManagement.com for online content and the print publication also gets a modified moniker

Thursday 5.17.12
Marion Asnes: I want to be in a world that’s growing, and Envestnet is in a market that’s spectacularly growing.

(Updated) Envestnet hires Marion Asnes to tackle its marketing challenge
Financial Planning's editor-in-chief seeks to make the outsourcer's 'subtle' attributes 'explicit'

Monday 11.1.10




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