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Ron Cordes: My advisor said, no, that's beyond the fiduciary role of my portfolio, so we really can't pursue it.

How Ron Cordes is putting RIA, UBS, billions of dollars and the Congo into the same impact-investing conversation
The AssetMark co-founder has a charity and for-profit and competes and engages in co-opetition with UBS, Schwab, Fidelity and Vanguards

Tuesday 7.8.14
Charles Goldman: We're not going to just toss the salad.

Gurinder Ahluwalia to step out, Charles Goldman steps in, as AssetMark CEO
Myra Rothfeld also departs as Goldman sets his sights on software, service revamp

Monday 1.13.14
Gurinder Ahluwalia: The advisors are excited for us. Now they want to see what comes from this.

'AssetMark' rides again as a $20-billion TAMP with a receding Genworth hangover
Private-equity owners take two months to ditch the 'Genworth Financial Wealth Management' moniker and hope to find the old spark

Thursday 11.7.13
Charles Goldman: Any company on the block for a year ... that's not good.

Charles Goldman becomes board chairman for Genworth Financial Wealth Management after playing a mastermind role in its purchase by private-equity buyers
The Advizent co-founder and former Fidelity and Schwab RIA chief sees potential to jumpstart the $20-billion TAMP after its two-year slump

Monday 10.7.13
Steve Dunlap joined Cetera for its flat organization. In his new home people 'can sit around a table and contribute ideas.'

Making sense of Steve Dunlap stepping into Barnaby Grist's 'big shoes' as Cetera's RIA czar
The Lockwood, Pershing and Schwab alumnus with a products and PM background is tasked with leading strategic development and expansion of Cetera’s RIA unit

Friday 6.28.13
Gurinder Ahluwalia: You want to be something that the parent gets excited about.

Genworth's TAMP is bought up by two private-equity firms for $412 million
After a long spell on the block, Aquiline Capital and Genstar Capital coughed up the cash to buy the roll-up of Altegris, AssetMark and Centurion

Thursday 3.28.13
Joe Duran says about making millions: I felt no real comfort about my family's financial situation.

Joe Duran hits The New York Times best-seller list with 'The Money Code' and is feeding his big RIA with the leads
The gist of the story: He was rich as hell at 34 years old after selling a company to GE and he realized it didn't solve much

Monday 2.18.13
Gail Graham: I want to make a legacy.

Joe Duran inks deals with two top RIA executive talents after United Capital hits a 'roadblock'
The United Capital CEO is bringing aboard Gail Graham, a former Fidelity higher up, and Stephanie Bogan, a former Genworth luminary, to be sure the firm's capacity keeps pace with marketing

Thursday 9.13.12
Alex Potts: It's the biggest investment we've ever taken on.

With help from Envestnet and a former Genworth technology whiz, Loring Ward is revamping its TAMP platform
The San Jose firm is counting on competitors and former talent of competitors to make sure it spends its millions efficiently

Tuesday 5.8.12
Stephanie Bogan: There comes a natural point at which we want to use those skills on a larger playing field.

Stephanie Bogan: Put me in, I'm ready to play
The CEO of Quantuvis is leaving the Genworth unit and actively seeks an executive position with a yet-to-be-determined hot RIA venture -- after a Caribbean sabbatical

Wednesday 4.25.12
John Coyne: It wasn't that we had a problem with performance. The industry had a problem with performance.

With formerly hot TAMP category hitting a cold patch, Envestnet stays on a roll
Genworth had great annual results but hit an asset-gathering wall this summer; Brinker, a dark horse, makes solid showing

Friday 3.9.12
Jon Sundt: More than 70 new alternative mutual funds were launched in 2011.

A more liquid alternative to alternative investments catches on
Using hedge fund strategies in a mutual fund can offer risk-adjusted returns and a way to bail out to cash

Thursday 3.8.12
Valerie Brown says that the deal cements Cetera's message about scale and diverse capabilities.

What the Cetera-Genworth IBD deal says about where these companies are headed
Cetera starts looking more like an IPO candidate and Genworth shucks a distraction from its asset-magnet TAMP

Thursday 1.12.12
Frank Pizzichillo: Helping build the organization was what I loved. It wasn't managing sales people. I liked building things from scratch.

Fidelity veteran Frank Pizzichillo leaves MarketCounsel to join Genworth
In his new role, the Fidelity veteran will be back in advisors' offices advising them on how to grow their businesses

Monday 11.28.11
Myra Rothfeld: You walk the floors here and you really feel the energy.

Genworth Financial snags Myra Rothfeld from Citibank
The TAMP is making the former Schwab and Citi executive its head of marketing

Thursday 9.8.11
Chip Roame: Envestnet has the opportunity to dominate wealth management technology.

Envestnet and Chip Roame forge stronger tie
The large outsourcer has installed the high-profile consultant on its board of directors

Tuesday 8.16.11
Ron Cordes in Buyobo, Uganda in Nov 2008: I’m hard wired to build financial projects and evangelize where I think the financial industry is going.

Ron Cordes tells about his Next Big Thing after selling AssetMark
The Genworth exec headed to Africa to dig wells after cashing out of AssetMark but realized he could do more with impact funds

Friday 7.1.11
Bill Crager: Business is very good.

Envestnet and other TAMPs keep the asset train rolling in the first quarter
Genworth had a rare deceleration in net flows but it'll be short-lived after a new product launch, according to Gurinder Ahluwalia

Thursday 5.19.11
Gurinder Ahluwalia : We’re Trader Joe’s and they’re WalMart.

TAMP assets came easily to Genworth, Envestnet and Loring Ward in 2010 and the fourth quarter sizzled
Giant SEI had a big turnaround but ended on a down quarter

Thursday 3.10.11
Mark Hurley touched a nerve in 2010 by questioning the enterprise value of RIA practices.

The next 20 top stories and what they say about where the RIA business is headed
Big companies, big innovators, exclusive conferences and the 401(k) market riveted advisor attention

Wednesday 12.29.10
Mike Henkel: We looked at [traditional hedge funds and LPs] and said: It just doesn’t make a lot of sense.

Genworth, SEI and Envestnet make alternative investments moves amid 'huge interest'
The big TAMPs are reacting to advisor demands as hedge fund assets swell to near record levels

Thursday 10.21.10
Kevin Crowe: We think it's a real game changer

SEI turns a big corner but Genworth is still the big asset gatherer
The top TAMP finally shows positive inflows after attracting double last year's new advisors

Monday 8.23.10
Bill Crager: There's real business happening in the RIA market.

[Updated] 10 reasons why the Envestnet IPO filing is for real
The platform giant has a monopolistic position and the opportunity to pull away

Thursday 7.29.10
James Carney: There's little pushback from clients on the idea of fees on held-away assets

Nearly half of advisors now charge clients to manage held-away assets
Shift in billing protocol solves problems for advisors and the clients

Thursday 2.18.10
Kevin Crowe: We’re operating on a model that looks like we did 10 years ago.

After a decade of unsteady results, SEI Investments is attracting financial advisors again
Wayne Withrow is taking a patient approach to growth that is helping the TAMP to regain trust among advisors

Tuesday 1.19.10
Like Tom Turkey, many RIAs were thankful to survive 2009

Taking A Break From the Turkey?
RIABiz's top 10 stories from the past month offer a window into what RIAs care about

Thursday 11.26.09
Ron Cordes: “We haven’t had anything resonate with advisors as powerfully as this.”

RIA hybrids help Genworth's wealth management business to stunning growth
Recovery of Genworth's share price from penny stock status removes block to asset growth

Thursday 11.5.09

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