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UBS Puerto Rico faces 'Whopper' of a problem over muni bond funds
The woes stemming from UBS AG's unit in Puerto Rico over the sale of local, closed-end municipal bond funds have landed squarely in the lap of UBS brokers and financial advisers in the island commonwealth.
Last-minute scramble to save on taxes: A couple oldies-but-goodies and a few interesting new ideas
Decisions clients make in the next four weeks can make a significant difference in their annual tax bill.
Independent RIAs represent only growing sector in financial advice
A new study finds the number of independent advisers grew at 8% per year versus the industry's overall loss of 1.2% advisers per year.
Fast and Furious and…wealth management?
The driver of the car that killed actor Paul Walker was a Merrill Lynch wealth manager and had been named a top adviser in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Gold's luster going from bad to worse
Plus: How-to for advisers going solo, global investors bail on Obama, deflating market bubble babble
Pershing integrates third-party tech into NetX360 adviser platform
NetX360 will now offer portfolio management and re-balancing solutions from Blaze Portfolio and Portfolio Pathway, as well as Laser App forms management and configuration tools. In addition, NetX360 users will have access to Ebix Smart Office CRM software via a single sign-on.
G. Moffett Cochran, Silvercrest Asset Management CEO, dies at 63
Chairman and CEO of Silvercrest Asset Management, which advises families, endowments, foundations and other institutional investors and had $14.6 billion under management, had raised more than $1 million for the Robert L. Fine Cancer Research Laboratory Foundation.
NewSpring Holdings acquires Wealthcare Capital Management
Goals-based tech firm will run as a stand-alone company after purchase by private-equity firm.
Taper threat triggering global debt fallout
Today's Breakfast with (InvestmentNews senior columnist Jeff) Benjamin: SEC targets advisers; hedging with gold mining stocks; new muni bond math, and how athlete IPOs pull a hammy.
Tooting, not blowing, your own horn at Schwab's Impact
Big gathering has lots on offer including Washington updates, investing insights and practice management advice galore
Zywave breaks in two
Zywave splits in two, with insurance unit going to a new private-equity owner as financial advisory unit changes name to Advicent.
Investor bullishness is the latest reason to be cautious about stocks
As investors get increasingly bullish on stocks, the market's warning signs are beginning to mount. Getting that late-1990s feeling Goldman Sachs touts its warm and fuzzy side in an effort to recruit more of those high-maintenance millennials. Hey kid, take the weekend off So much for believing
Rise of the machines
Will the rise of online advice platforms make traditional advisers extinct? Advisers face the challenge of defining their usefulness as technology continues to advance.
UBS recruits three more teams from Merrill in SoCal
UBS announced Friday that it added three teams to its Newport Beach, Calif., complex who managed $1.63 billion in client assets at Merrill. The advisers' production was not disclosed.
- Facebook's five-star ratings: The end of business pages for advisers?
- Pimco's El-Erian to step in to shore up $3B multi-asset fund
- Rebound in gold suits big guns Paulson, Soros
- New 3.8% surtax means new tax strategies for business owners
- Mountain of money in nontraded REITs continues to hold Wall Street's attention
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