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Bill Crager: The content race will be on and we'll open up a whole new competitive landscape for asset management.

Having won advisor assets, Envestnet's next -- more Google-like -- play is for their smarts
The Chicago outsourcer will soak up and synthesize information from 23,000 advisors and distribute it in real time in an effort to create one big giant brain out of an atomized industry

Friday 5.10.13
Philip Palaveev: Client service expectations are ... more difficult to manage profitably.

Round 2 in Vegas: Finance Logix advisor conference ponders simplicity as sophistication
As the RIA industry matures, first-time buyers are gone and differentiation is the name of the game

Monday 4.29.13
Joel Bruckenstein: As things turned out, some better pure technology opportunities came along.

Joel Bruckenstein and Bob Veres part ways to do their own conferences
Veres sees a glut of conferences but has a passion to change that with a new-concept event

Monday 11.26.12
Philip Palaveev: All of the examples in the book are real clients I worked with, and some were happening literally as I was writing the chapter.

Finally, an RIA business-of-the-business book with a journalistic soul
Philip Palaveev shows his command of practice management and literary artifice in "The Ensemble Practice"

Wednesday 10.24.12
Mark Tibergien: We're on every continent except Antartica.

5 questions for Mark Tibergien on his 5th anniversary as CEO of Pershing RIA unit
Tim Welsh gets the consulting godfather to open up about NetX360, how roll-ups roll and the tripling of custody assets at Pershing

Wednesday 9.19.12
Bob Veres engages CEO of Moss Adams Wealth Advisors Rebecca Pomering and Tim Kochis, former CEO of Aspiriant, on issues of scale.

Veres and Bruckenstein lure big RIAs to Denver to discuss getting even bigger
Tim Kochis and the virtual Moss Adams all-stars brought firepower to the 2nd annual Business and Wealth Management Conference

Monday 9.17.12
Rebecca Pomering: Sometimes, you've got to paint the wall green to know that you don't like that shade.

Why the Moss Adams-Rowling Dold merger came apart despite looking picture-perfect on paper
Rigorous due diligence and good will count for a lot -- but not everything, as two ultimately mismatched RIAs were surprised to discover

Monday 7.16.12
Dave Butler: If there’s a $50 million advisor, they might want to know something from a $500 million advisor.

DFA engages former Moss Adams analyst as it pilots its intel deeper into RIA space
The Austin, Texas-based firm is bringing on Jeff Pierce as part of its initiative to build its own in-house research arm

Wednesday 5.9.12
Roger Hewins: We're all pretty upset about it.

Two accounting firms abandon merger talks leaving giant Schwab RIA surprised and crestfallen
Wipfli and Eide Bailly suddenly quit the field leaving industry observers -- not to mention Hewins Financial -- wondering why

Wednesday 2.29.12
Roger Hewins: We’re talking about now having 22 locations in 12 states.

A $2.6 billion Schwab RIA grapples with gaining a $420 million Securities America rep firm -- and a big footprint
The Wipfli-Eide Bailly accounting merger doubles Hewins Financial Advisors' opportunity to convert CPA client funds to AUM, analysts say

Friday 1.13.12
Rebecca Pomering: The next big growth hurdle we have in mind is $3 billion.

Advisor Spotlight: Moss Adams looks to branding for its next $2 billion of growth in RIA assets
How the West Coast firm revised its business model and went on a hiring spree

Friday 4.1.11
Rebecca Pomering: I would not say we have outsourced. We are using them as an additional source.

Why Moss Adams signed a big contract with Fortigent
The Seattle-based RIA is looking to grow investment capabilities without adding staff

Wednesday 3.24.10
Rebecca Pomering: Another $1 billion firm isn’t what I’m looking for

Moss Adams launches growth strategy with its first RIA acquisition in a decade
Former consultants put their experience to work to build wealth management division

Thursday 1.7.10

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