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Roger Paradisio: I think model delivery is early enough in its world—it's only been going on for so many years and it's small enough that we can contain it now.

How Envestnet is taking its stranglehold on money-managers-to-IBD reps distribution to a much wider channel base of financial advisors
The Chicago-based giant will use standards, critical mass, manager relations, folio technology and a special MMI blessing to cut costs and hassles in a way that shift the cost paradigm

Monday 3.17.14
Trey Tune: It's the right place to build a business in the private client space.

How an Alex. Brown spin-off grew to be a $46 billion RIA and how a Brown Brothers breakaway fits in to its plan for accelerated growth
The Baltimore-based firm, Brown Advisory, will invade Bank of America's hometown with an up-to-date investing approach and Old Money flavor

Wednesday 2.5.14
Michael Falk: These investment beliefs did not establish any governance or decision rights, and I have no idea what they believe after reading them.

Why some pension experts believe CalPERs got 'nothing' out of paying Towers Watson $275,000 to define its 'beliefs'
The pension giant responds by saying that 'no specific deliverables' came out of the process

Tuesday 1.14.14
Ron Rhoades: You're going to see a much more active NAPFA.

NAPFA's appointment of a new chairman could be a big deal for RIAs
Ron Rhoades spent the last year in obscurity but now he's "ready to take the gloves off"

Wednesday 5.23.12
Mike DiCenso: If there are no funds to be recovered from the fiduciary should something go wrong then there is no risk mitigation and protection.

Do 401(k) assets require all fiduciary care all the time?
Steve Winks and Mike DiCenso engage a in a back and forth with big ramifications

Friday 11.18.11
 Leonard Reinhart: What really intrigues me about what he's doing is he's bringing Wall Street back to Main Street.

Why exactly Dave Loeper and a Smith Barney/E.F Hutton legend are teaming up
Leonard Reinhart has ideas about how to market the Richmond, Va.-based firm's patented technology - and alleviate strain

Wednesday 10.26.11

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