News, Vision and Voice for
the Advisory Community
advertisement

Articles tagged "Marilyn Mohrman-Gillis"


Marilyn Mohrman-Gillis: Quite frankly, what we're spending is less than half a percent of all financial services' expenditures.

How the CFP Board is getting its $40 million's worth from its advertising campaign and how it isn't
Unaided recognition of CFP certification jumps about 90% in three years ...assets stemming from that, not so much

Thursday 7.24.14
Before the lights went out: A consumer panel says what it knows about what it doesn't.

TD throws its first client-best-interest summit, a micro-event, by 'candlelight' in Palm Beach and ideas rise from the RIA deeps
As members of a consumer panel bitch creatively, fed up advisors dig deep for ideas that depend less on DC vicissitudes and more on RIA will and unity

Monday 6.17.13
Tom Nally and Fred  Tomczyk put their heads together before the opening session.

TD Ameritrade Institutional Elite Summit boasts big firms, big ideas and a defiance of the weather
A combined $133 billion AUM of advisors -- made up of 133 advisors -- made for rareified, if highly humid air in Palm Beach

Friday 6.14.13
Marilyn Mohrman-Gillis: The organization that appears to be pulling numbers out of thin air is FINRA.

FINRA comes up with cost projections for its SRO and the CFP Board blasts them
FINRA is still angry that Boston Consulting Group did not consult them and says they created numbers "out of thin air"

Monday 5.14.12
Chuck Moran, of the CFB Board of Standards board of directors: “We were looking for a more definitive recognition of financial planning."

GAO study puts insurance agents up for scrutiny as it rejects idea of sweeping RIAs, b-ds, planners into one regulatory pool
A disappointment to those advocating for a financial planning profession, the study details the hodgepodge of regulation without recommending major changes

Wednesday 1.19.11
Skip Schweiss: "I had in mind that some organization that is familiar with the fiduciary standard practiced by RIAs would set the standards, then perhaps an organization like FINRA could lend its examination expertise/process/infrastructure."

Advisory factions steel for end game as SEC's verdict on FINRA SRO comes down
As action moves to Congress, a flurry of meetings and Schwab's appearance

Friday 1.14.11
David Tittsworth: I feel alone out there a lot of the time.

Testy words pass between advisors and regulatory panelists at MarketCounsel conference
RIAs are shocked by how bad things have gotten in Washington

Friday 11.19.10

From the RIABiz Directory »

The Industry Sourcebook for RIAs



Browse All Archives


2014


    September
    August
    July
    June
    May
    April
    March
    February
    January

2013


    December
    November
    October
    September
    August
    July
    June
    May
    April
    March
    February
    January

2012


    December
    November
    October
    September
    August
    July
    June
    May
    April
    March
    February
    January

2011


    December
    November
    October
    September
    August
    July
    June
    May
    April
    March
    February
    January

2010


    December
    November
    October
    September
    August
    July
    June
    May
    April
    March
    February
    January

2009


    December
    November
    October
    September
    August

Most Emailed Stories »

Todd Clarke: Advisors who are being advised to sell their businesses in order to
17 shares
Why shock-and-awe over low succession planning rates is unhelpful and distasteful

Jason Del Col: Our vision of the next-generation of an RIA office is they can service $200 million to $300 million with a support team in Dallas and not a lot of infrastructure.
4 shares
In calculated gamble, United Capital begins to build, not buy, growth in major cities

Before boomers turned into Bobos, they were characterized as “selfish, entitled and unwilling to grow up.”
3 shares
A New York Times article gets real on the topic of marketing to millennials

Stephanie Bogan is getting a break from airless rooms and fluorescent lighting.
3 shares
Stephanie Bogan leaves United Capital for Costa Rica

Peter Mallouk: We're laser focused on clients and absolutely not focused on acquisitions and breakaways and trying to merge cultures. I'm not trying to be the most well-known person in the industry.
1 shares
By outing a reluctant star in Peter Mallouk, Barron's Top 100 advisors list yields a surprise winner -- Leawood, Kansas


Get the RIABiz Today
Email Alert »