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Five Mistakes Planners Make When Running Their Businesses

Added on January 2020 in Form an RIA
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Summary: Many planners spend too much time working in their practices and often forget they need to work on them as well.

Mitigating the 3 common conflicts of AUM fiduciaries

Added on January 2020 in Form an RIA
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Summary: For years, there’s been an ongoing tug of war in the financial services industry about standards of care, compensation and business structure. Based on what was once almost the expanded Department of Labor fiduciary rule and the Securities and Exchange Commission’s new Regulation Best Interest rule, one might believe advisers who charge an asset under management fee are the “good guys” and everyone else the “bad guys.”

More SEC Compliance Staff May Be Needed to Meet RIA Growth

Added on January 2020 in Form an RIA
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Summary: While the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) maintained a relatively steady number of RIA examinations between 2018 and 2019, without staff increases it’s possible the office will have difficulty keeping up with a growing number of RIA firms, is in compliance, according to a new SEC report on 2020 exam priorities.

Chief compliance officers help drive growth at RIAs (Really!)

Added on December 2019 in Form an RIA
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Summary: PFI Advisors continues to tout the benefits of professional management for RIAs. As Rich Gill of Wealth Partners Capital Group recently stated on the Mindy Diamond on Independence podcast, the first two non-client-facing executive-level hires for RIAs are typically the chief operating officer and the chief compliance officer. The COO is brought in to "…make sure the trains are running on time," he said, while the CCO is hired to "de-risk the business."

How to Choose From the Six Ways to Price Your Services

Added on December 2019 in Form an RIA
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Summary: How your firm prices its services is about more than just boosting profit margins. The right fee structure is vital to client satisfaction and your long-term success.

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