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Brad Sullivan: I have a four-year-old son. I would not put my son at risk if I didn't think this move was worth it.

Why a young Morgan Stanley team moved to Beverly Hills Wealth Management -- with a child in mind
The breakaway movement continues to revive fueled by mid-sized firms like Sullivan Wealth Management despite a bull market

Thursday 7.25.13
John Stuart: We're replicating the wirehouse portal.

One RIA's bid to make the technology that makes it possible to use one password
Beverly Hills Wealth Management wants to eliminate the downside of open architecture

Wednesday 5.29.13
Walter Bettinger: There was a period late yesterday in which wait times were excessive.

Schwab CEO issues 'sincere' apology, reassures on data security and calls attacks a 'fact of life' after website goes down
Walt Bettinger also declares mea culpa surrounding long wait times for telephone service late on Tuesday

Thursday 4.25.13
Ron Ferguson revitalized the RIA-owned trust company when he came aboard in 2008.

Ron Ferguson steps down as CEO of National Advisors Trust after 4-1/2 years
The executive proved an adept turnaround artist; now the RIA-owned company is left to search for his replacement

Wednesday 9.12.12
Mag Black-Scott: Our goal is to have billions of assets in the next few years and we will.

Mag Black-Scott plans for an LA-based 'mini-Morgan Stanley' advance with the hire of a R.W. Baird team to handle public agency assets
Andy Fass, formerly a Morgan stanley exec, joins Beverly Hills Wealth Management as western division marketing director and half of new group aimed at big assets with small profit margins

Thursday 7.19.12
Steven Stahlberg: I think we have a great stage to build something.

Three RIA items of interest
BHWM hires Morgan Stanley, RW Baird vet; FallLine brings on third partner to focus on tech; preliminary injunction filed against Matthew Hutcheson

Tuesday 6.19.12
Mag Black-Scott has plans to open 20 to 30 branches.

Mag Black-Scott partners with Intel and brings aboard serious MSSB talent in quest to "disrupt"
Beverly Hills Wealth Management LLC spent six months and six figures working with Intel on its innovation

Tuesday 5.15.12
Mag Black-Scott: We want to be in major cities where there is a good opportunity. That will take us to the East Coast eventually.

RIA items of interest: Mag Black-Scott expands beyond Beverly Hills and BAM adds an advisor who contributes to The New York Times
Two advisors who vowed to grow are showing some signs of doing just that

Wednesday 2.15.12
Mag Black-Scott: After my responsibilities at Morgan Stanley, this business is sort of a pipsqueak. But now I have to look in the mirror and say "Get this done."

Advisor spotlight: A trailblazer at Morgan Stanley, Mag Black-Scott has a new RIA and an ambitious plan
The former wirehouse star wants 20-30 locations in five years

Tuesday 2.15.11

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