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June 10, 2021
Lawsuit Claims Ameriprise Tolerated 'Sexually-Harassing Conduct' of FAs
Stephanie Henninger, a former registered client associate at the firm, claims that two financial advisors she had worked with behaved inappropriately, causing her severe mental distress.
Schottenstein v. Schottensteins Back in Court Over $19M Arbitration Award
Lawyers for Beverley Schottenstein and her grandsons weren’t able to reach a settlement agreement, prompting her to ask for the case’s reopening.
Scaling the Business is Not the Right Way to Go for All FAs: Michael Kitces
“The nature of being a financial advisor involves some pretty intimate relationships with clients,” according to the financial advisor and industry blogger.
We’re ‘Not Just an Assemblage of Advisors Anymore:' RIA Chief
Specialization is key for Chicago-based Altair Advisers, which extends ownership opportunities to new partners.
Advisors Weighing Their Clients' Options with Biden’s Tax Proposals
Estate planners and wealth managers believe that some clients may want to pay capital gains in a way that doesn’t trigger the higher rate proposed by the U.S. president.
Sponsored WebcastArchive: Why Aren’t You Using Alternatives?
Most financial advisors are not using alternative investments. This panel, sponsored by Black Creek Group, will discuss why advisors might want to consider private equity, real estate or hedge funds for client portfolios.
|The Client - Finding and winning new clients||The Client - Client retention|
|The Client - ERISA plans/institutional management||The Client - Behavioral finance|