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Michael Nathanson: If there is no IPO, we'd still be comfortable holding shares.

A look inside Focus Financial's big deal with The Colony Group
The Boston RIA put the big New York aggregator under a microscope and used high-end lawyers and investment bankers for added vetting

Friday 9.23.11
David Darnell spent time today letting Merrill Lynch brokers know that he's a banker sympathetic to generous brokerage compensation.

David Darnell tells Merrill Lynch advisors he won't mess with their pay
But recruiters say all comp factors don't necessarily show up on the official payout grid

Thursday 9.8.11
Bill Dwyer: We decided you were right.

What's behind LPL's decision to slash its ticket charges for advisors
The IBD is in a generous mood as it also pays dues to FSI on behalf of thousands

Tuesday 8.9.11
Many of Paul Pagnato and David Karp's clientele have security concerns so they keep a low profile - including no photos.

Fearless Merrill Lynch team breaks away with $1 billion in broad daylight
Paul Pagnato and David Karp started their day in Washington DC and ended up in Reston, Va.

Tuesday 8.2.11
Dynasty's T. Patrick Mulvey: Charles Schwab is an important partner for Dynasty, and we believe Loren will make that partnership even stronger.

Schwab strengthens its hand against Fidelity via hot NY startup
Loren Morris's move from Schwab to Dynasty looks a bit like an arranged marriage

Wednesday 4.6.11
Jim Roth says that the economic of the IBD business have shifted to make a hybrid model a necessity for IBDs.

Pershing warns IBDs to embrace hybrid business model or risk being marginalized
Schwab gives hybrid advisors another vote of confidence in its own new study yesterday

Friday 2.25.11
Joe Duran: We’ll be a $100-million revenue RIA in two to three years.

One of a new breed of roll-ups taking center stage, United Capital is churning out deals again
After a broken engagement slowed its progress, the company is on a buying spree

Monday 9.20.10
George Keith: People know it’s tough out there so productivity has skyrocketed. Before, people were in at 9:30 and out at 4:30.

RIAs are rushing to take advantage of a fire sale on talent
Putting great people and the RIA business model together holds tremendous promise, analysts say

Thursday 7.15.10
Tom Nally: I think joiners are going to take the breakaway trend to the next level.

9 things to know about the breakaway-to-RIA movement and why it's likely to get bigger
In a down market, RIAs need a new growth strategy and small brokers a safe landing place

Wednesday 5.26.10
Red Goldstein: All we have ever known in the financial business is folks leaving one wirehouse to go to another wirehouse.

This Merrill Lynch team leader broke away for fear of what might happen under Bank of America
Red Goldstein loved Merrill Lynch but he deemed any chance of increased restrictions too risky to his business model

Tuesday 4.20.10
Derek Bruton's hybrid RIA platform receives an endorsement from an unlikely source: Morgan Stanley

Top 10 findings of Morgan Stanley report include: Schwab as the best RIA custodian, LPL for highest advisor satisfaction
Wall Street's endorsement of the RIA model is a sign of the times in the industry, analysts note

Tuesday 2.2.10
Elliot Weissbluth is turning his guns on the Los Angeles market now that he's secured $100 million

Weissbluth lands war chest for HighTower Advisors [Updated]
The $100 million haul means the Chicago company can battle wirehouses for talent on equal footing

Tuesday 1.12.10
Bob McCann sends a message that he wants to reward the advisors who stayed with UBS through the hard years

McCann plays his first cards as head of UBS
Keeping more brokers from leaving appears to be the priority

Wednesday 1.6.10
Mindy Diamond: A home run for RIAs and recruiters

Page One Wall Street Journal article is a 'home run' for the RIA industry
Story's impact could exceed New York Times article about Smith Barney breakaway two years ago

Tuesday 1.5.10
John Furey: Top advisors only engage professionals referred within their networks

Deal killers for almost-breakaway brokers
How to break the dam of 60,000 wirehouse employees

Wednesday 12.9.09
Brian Hamburger: We would tell clients: Our corporate practice was no better or worse than any competing firm.

Hamburger acquisition bulks up firm's corporate practice
As RIAs grow more sophisticated, so does legal work to support them

Friday 12.4.09
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Merrill Lynch breakaway runs gauntlet to set up his business
'I was just a constant work machine'

Friday 11.20.09
Mindy Diamond says of today's breakaway prospects: These are numbers guys.

Top breakaway panel schools RIAs on how to create a cushier deal for financial advisors than a wirehouse
RIAs want to bring aboard wirehouse producers and they want to do it now

Friday 10.23.09
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