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Gary Dorfman: We represented ourselves not as a startup but as part of one of the top institutional management companies.

How Matt Cooper is getting past the 'oh, sure' factor that came from a slow roll-out of ... the other Newport Beach roll-up
Not only are deals picking up at the $900-million Beacon Pointe Wealth Advisors but existing advisors are telling success stories that can be quantified

Friday 10.4.13
Felipe Luna: We're moving beyond advisors who just need turnkey.

With LPL as its new BFF, CONCERT seeks bigger game and more RIAs
San Jose-based firm wirehouse-lite is up to $3 billion of AUA but was hitting roadblocks with some bigger candidates that it believes LPL technology and RBC big-boy services can remove

Thursday 4.18.13
Matt Cooper: I was aggressively criticized by the CEO of what I called a roll-up for describing his firm as a private-equity-backed consolidator/roll-up.

A roll-up exec talks about owning a roll-up and calls out his fellow entrepreneurs to focus on genuine distinctions
There are private-equity backed consolidators and RIA aggregators, and subspecies of each of those, but we can call them all roll-ups

Tuesday 11.13.12
Charles Goldman: The number of hybrids has been tapering off and it's been tapering off for a while.

How Charles Goldman, Philip Palaveev, Brian Hamburger and Tim Oden -- and my cabbie -- caught my attention at MarketCounsel Summit
Tussles over scale, branding and professional service played out vividly in Vegas

Friday 9.28.12
John Furey: Everyone just hit it off.

John Furey is creating a think-tank out of six big RIAs that want to grow like roll-ups without the pressures of an IPO
The Alliance for RIAs includes Savant Capital, Carson Wealth, Beacon Pointe, Stratos and Highline

Monday 4.30.12
Bruce Meyer expects to double assets in first year as a Beacon Pointe employee

Beacon Pointe launches advisor-aggregating effort with first deal in Arizona
TD Ameritrade is 'in the foxhole' in this venture and will send many referrals to these advisors

Thursday 3.3.11
Kevin Tanner: We average $500,000 a day [of new assets], and the rate has been rising.

Suddenly noticed by big investors, Kevin Tanner's small RIA is bracing for billions of AUM
A retired retail client who serves on boards got Saratoga Research & Investment Management in the institutional door, and the assets are starting to pour in

Monday 7.19.10
Matthew Cooper: Wirehouse reps are more entrepreneurial by nature than bank reps.

Breakaways continue apace: new additions to the Broker Protocol
Nine new firms joined in two weeks

Wednesday 5.19.10
Matthew Cooper: “These guys are hyper-sensitive to changes in the grid.”

Citi advisors seek potential suitors after McWhinney's tectonic pay shift
Beacon Pointe is busy interviewing nervous Citi advisors

Wednesday 10.14.09




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