Updated Monday, April 21, 2014 as of 1:00 AM ET
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Asset growth is still the name of the game—here are the best in the bank channel. more »
The ability of advisors to recruit and manage millennials will likely play an important role in the industry's sustainability. more »
Financial advisors' jobs are among those at risk as computerization threatens the U.S. workforce. more »
Advisory firms are embracing social media to help with recruiting and hiring talent. Keep a few rules in mind. more »
It's important to understand your strengths and weaknesses. If you're not getting the level of success you want, it may be time to investigate a new type of firm. more »
Most businesses start out small, and many don't survive. But for advisors who take the long-term view, there is a wealth of opportunity. more »
After watching people struggle to afford a nice retirement hone, Annette Martin decided to pursue a second career to help. more »
Pimco's Mohamed El-Erian clashed with co-founder Bill Gross before announcing last month that he's leaving the firm, the Wall Street Journal reported. more »
LinkedIn will not solve all of a financial advisor's marketing challenges, but it provides another arrow in his or her quiver. more »
CFP Board ads illustrate difficulties in hiring a legitimate planner; fails to address concerns about its own website. more »
Here's a sampling of bank advisors who were recently promoted or moved to new organizations to assume roles of greater responsibility. more »
While some financial advisors can be intentionally vague when detailing embedded risks to clients, others do not fully understand the risks themselves, says the author of a new book that looks at the "incestuous" relationship between Wall Street, Washington and regulatory agencies. more »
Revenue growth, profit margins, revenue per professional and AUM per client all were greater among advisors using a team approach, according to new research. more »
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