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Bob Oros has climbed about every rung on the RIA ladder

Bob Oros jumps to the top 'RIA' spot at Fidelity
With Mike Durbin taking a new day job at the Boston giant, the sales journeyman of Schwab, LPL and TCoA fame gets a coveted title

Thursday 3.5.15
Mike Durbin: Our attitude is the world is an absolutely enormous place so the overlaps don't bother us at all.

Fidelity reorganizes its advisor business and extrudes a custody unit aimed at outsourcers, roll-ups and TAMPs
The move is the biggest effort yet to wield the combined capacities of National Financial Services and Fidelity Institutional Wealth Services as a single Fidelity weapon

Wednesday 7.10.13
Sanjiv Mirchandani: People in this business don't make a move until they get everyone in the family to make a sale.

Fidelity gleans why so many 'attractive' advisors cling to wirehouses and Cerulli's newest RIA data shows plenty find courage
Those hefty retention bonuses aren't the only thing keeping brokers tied to their desks -- family sentiment has huge impact on 'fence-sitters'

Wednesday 5.8.13
John Morris: There was really excitement around the news of Bin Laden.

Fidelity holds exclusive annual conference and gets an unforeseen jolt of energy from Bin Laden's death
Advisors were happy to have Bill Clinton, Fareed Zakaria and other experts on hand for perspective

Wednesday 5.11.11
Fidelity's Sanjiv Mirchandani sees a gray industry. Unless  younger advisors are recruited, he said, Gen Y clients will be under-served.

Fidelity's big advisor survey: Independent channel seen as most profitable after banner years for firm-switching
More clients come along for the ride; compliance fears keep some advisors from going independent; meanwhile, many refocus on top clients

Thursday 4.7.11
Sanjiv Mirchandani: There are many, many firms like Commonwealth, National Financial Partners and Cambridge Investment Research that are doing just fine and their value proposition has only grown

National Financial Services records some wins to ease the pain of Bank of America loss
The number two clearing company is placing emphasis on fee-minded IBDs like Berthel Fisher

Wednesday 2.16.11
Chuck Bean: When I was a little fish, I relied heavily on the broker-dealer.

IBD reps are new wave of breakaways to the RIA channel, say some recruiters and custodians
Schwab has a 45% jump in IBD teams in 2010; others see a similar trend

Monday 1.24.11

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