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Philip Palaveev: The first million in revenue is going to come from the owner. However the second million in revenue is going to come from and be serviced by others.

What exactly is Fusion Advisor Network and who did it draw to Las Vegas last week
Its leader, Philip Palaveev brings advisors aspects of a a high-end consultancy, a roll-up and a yoga retreat

Sunday 10.16.11
Philip Palaveev: I would hypothesize that a significant number of firms had a knee-jerk reaction.

Big Schwab survey: RIAs surpass 2007 former peaks in assets and revenues
One analyst still sees troublesome signs in the findings but outsourcing is on the rapid rise

Tuesday 7.5.11
Benjamin Brigeman: We’re sure we have the capabilities, governors and guardrails.

Why Schwab is embracing a franchise-like strategy to fast-forward branch growth
'Entrepreurial' energy will help fuel a plan to increase retention of assets, say execs

Monday 2.14.11
Philip Palaveev: If I had to name our biggest competition – it will be firms like Commonwealth and Cambridge.

Former Moss Adams star begins to taste success in the 'real' world
Philip Palaveev's Fusion Network finds revenue momentum and wins proselytizing advisors

Friday 1.7.11
Suresh Kumar may be the quiet force behind his company's Citigroup win as he puts finishing touches on NetX360, Pershing's fee and transactional platform

Pershing wins Citigroup account and will support its RIA referral network
The win is 'huge' and affirming of NetX360 because the account is big, branded and exclusive, analysts say

Thursday 12.16.10
Mike Durbin: We’ve very comfortable with the move but as you might imagine, advisors have reacted negatively.

Fidelity will soon charge a big fee to small advisors
Boston-based custodian is on service crusade and economics need to work

Friday 9.24.10
Andy Rachleff: KaChing is setting itself up as an alternative to mutual funds for smaller investors, and may benefit advisors in the process.

Can Silicon Valley rewire the RIA business? eBay investors think KaChing is the answer
VC-backed start-up leverages the web to offer complete transparency; firm also has a back-end platform it's offering RIAs for portfolio management

Tuesday 8.10.10
John Peluso: He leads a network that offers a middle way when it comes to independence.

Wells Fargo emerges as independent channel competitor
Third-largest wirehouse had a banner year in 2009, in space inhabited by LPL, Raymond James

Thursday 4.15.10
Steve Walkenbach is heading Scottrade's RIA custody unit but the company is seeking a replacement for Doug Talir

Scottrade is ramping up marketing -- with an interim leader at the helm
The St. Louis-based discount broker has big momentum and a big position to fill

Wednesday 2.24.10
Derek Bruton is now in charge of LPL's hybrid business after years of RIA experience with Merrill Lynch, TD Ameritrade and Schwab

LPL's hybrid RIA platform is fast off the mark and names new leaders for 2010
The giant IBD has already surpassed Raymond James' RIA assets but Derek Bruton plans to build on momentum

Monday 1.25.10
Bernie Clark: We’ll continue to build the connectivity that will make it better

A giant is awakening in the hybrid RIA market
Schwab vows to spend big in 2010 and 2011 on better connections to IBDs

Thursday 1.14.10
Hybrid tomatoes have their advantages and so do hybrid RIAs

5 Reasons why the hybrid RIA model may be a bigger deal than ever
Someday all advisors could be hybrid-like under FINRA

Thursday 1.14.10
Matt McGinness: Everyone is working harder for less

Industry consultants grow practices by taking on deadline projects
Industry stars like Inveen, Roame, McGinness and Welsh are increasing revenues by shifting gears

Friday 9.11.09




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