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Bob Reynolds: In this business especially it's a game of scale.

Bob Reynolds strikes again in his 401(k) quest -- this time buying JPMorgan's retirement recordkeeping business
The deal includes blue chip 401k accounts of Procter & Gamble, American Airlines and JPMorgan itself

Thursday 4.3.14
Darin Pastor: All of my focus and energy is centered around Capstone Financial Group, but the fierce competition that run through me will take another slap shot on the NHL's net.

How Darin Pastor joined LPL, worked some Pepsi magic, and now has an OTC-derived market cap of $350-million-plus
Pastor saw how badly scuffed Wall Street was, so he founded Capstone, installed ex-wirehouse luminaries and is offering the rank-and-file big perks and equity up and down the line

Tuesday 10.15.13
The New York Times ran a very similar article to the one it published back in July.

The New York Times exposes JPMorgan's brokers, yet again
Same reporters, similar storyline as last summer's article, but this time with audio recordings as supporting material

Monday 3.4.13
Jeff Chiappetta: Several years ago, there was more demand to trade in foreign exchanges.

Schwab gins up trading in foreign currencies but not for RIAs
The San Francisco-based broker now has trading in local currencies at 12 foreign equity markets but advisors cite higher priorities elsewhere

Tuesday 11.6.12
Jason Lahita: Words like "egregious," "sloppiness," and "stupid" were used ... by Jamie Dimon.

How JPMorgan's PR mojo downgraded a $3-billion PR typhoon to a five-day squall
Availability, self-criticism and starting from a position of credibility all helped short-circuit the relentless media laser

Wednesday 5.23.12
Myles Pritchard: They were making it more difficult and they were getting ready to close accounts down.

Myles Pritchard thought it was better in the Bahamas and Merrill Lynch didn't -- so he left for life with CONCERT Wealth Management
With half of his clients offshore, the LA advisor grew disenchanted with Merrill's lack of appetite for international business

Friday 4.6.12
Mike Durbin: We want to have the largest clients with the most assets. We're going after the largest teams and getting them.

Mike Durbin is putting his stamp on Fidelity as an RIA custodian for asset-flush breakaways
The leader is working to improve its customer services as the custodian pours big bucks into upgrading its tech offerings

Tuesday 10.25.11
Peter Hess: We are continuing to aggressively reinvest Black Diamond’s profits back into the business to accelerate our ability to expand [its] feature set and serve even more clients.

How Advent plans to make money with purchase of 'break-even' Black Diamond
Company execs tell Wall Street analysts that in-house Axys migrations will be more likely and more profitable

Thursday 9.1.11
Troy Paredes: The SEC commissioner also spoke, advocating for a regulatory regime that's easier on small firms ‘We should reject a one-size-fits all regulatory regime,” he said.

Eavesdropping on the IAA: JP Morgan exec challenges advisors on FINRA
SRO remains overarching concern; many advisors haven't finished their ADVs; anxiety rises about 'the switch'

Friday 3.11.11
Craig Gordon: We have 2,400 in-house advisors. It would be very different if I told you it was 24,000. The commitment in that channel would be too big to disrupt..

Royal Bank of Canada is hustling to become an RIA custody force
RBC Advisor Services weaves together RIA businesses of old Dain Rauscher and old Bear Stearns

Monday 5.24.10
Christopher Dean, managing director of Summit Partners in Boston, invested VC money in RIAs

10 things that show the RIA movement is really heating up in 2010: Part I
Observers need a scorecard to keep track of all the advances that RIAs are making

Monday 3.22.10
Frederick Van Den Abbeel has made CNBC his ally in recruiting RIAs to his Florida-based custodian

Trade-PMR is elbowing its way into the RIA custody market with cheap software and expensive advertising slots
Florida custodian is opening its doors to career-changers and smaller IBD reps who want to become RIAs

Wednesday 2.10.10
Brooke Southall: The Custody Project has grown to do justice to the scope and quality of the material it covers

Asset Custody Project rolls forward
The scope of the RIABiz plan for 2009 recaps and 2010 outlooks of RIA custodians took on a life of its own

Monday 2.1.10
Mike Kavanagh: We are taking this very seriously and we’re taking our time with it

RBC is checking every box to ensure it acquires the JPMorgan RIA unit intact
Mike Kavanagh brings the former Bear Stearns service team to Minneapolis for bonding

Wednesday 1.13.10
Matthias Paul Kuhlmey is helping to create a blueprint for globally-minded breakaways

HighTower Advisors nabs a UBS team and shifts to new recruiting gear
Chicago company creates comfy nest for breakaways with overseas clients

Tuesday 11.10.09
Michael Kavanagh: We now have critical mass

RBC's appearance on custody scene could be a 'game changer'
Canadian bank's combo with JPMorgan unit creates new choice for breakaways

Wednesday 9.30.09

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