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Rush Benton: We're not afraid to take on a firm that is looking to sell.

Are 'for sale' the dirtiest words in the acquirers' lexicon? M&A mavens debate the point at a Philadelphia event
If 'Secrets of Successful Acquirers' didn't live up to its scandalous billing, some sparks did fly at Gladstone's annual confab

Tuesday 5.20.14
Dale Brown: The SEC recognizes that working to harmonize standards is a good PR effort to improve its standing among consumer groups.

Dale Brown tells RIAs why SEC's fiduciary standard is too costly for their clients
Invoking his own parents' small nest egg, the FSI chief projects a 2015 Finra takeover of SEC duties for RIAs

Friday 4.26.13
Bill Dwyer plans to again work for a company that has the same sense of mission and vision that LPL has had over the years.

Bill Dwyer tells RIAs to advise more -- albeit with heavy use of products -- and tips his hand about his for-profit future
In Philly, the former LPL super-exec talks a very RIA game but seems to hint at FINRA-as-king and getting advisors out of investment advice

Thursday 4.25.13
Joe Russo: We needed to get our minds around the changing state of affairs.

What LPL's recruitment of a $2-billion beehive of NPC advisors says about its new sweet spot in the industry
Joe Russo's choice reframes LPL's identity from a conventional IBD to a central bureau that can serve the regional advisor-servicing companies in a growing number of instances

Friday 8.3.12
Jon Beatty: We see private equity participating directly and indirectly through the national acquiring firms.

Even as mired markets stalled Q2 merger deals, private-equity-fueled national acquirers revved up prices
Only eight M&A deals were inked in the second quarter according to Schwab Advisor Services but what there was, was 'cherce'

Friday 7.27.12
Custodians are aggressively hiring good talent to keep up with RIA demand. Schwab's hire of Nick Georgis was a good example of that.

Part II: The things 11 through 20 that show the RIA market is really heating up in 2010
Everything from New York Times recognition to accelerating executive hires suggest the RIA realm is getting hot

Tuesday 3.23.10




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