Investors are looking for advisors to help simplify the complex world of investing—and they’re actively seeking your help! Here’s what you need to do to help deliver value above and beyond a fee.
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In this episode of The Bid, we speak to Lawrence Kemp and Phil Ruvinsky, Portfolio Managers for the Mid-Cap Growth Equity Fund to uncover how they identify the sweet spot of disruptive stocks.
Many portfolios today harbor a technology that’s changing the way we look at investing. It’s called the exchange traded fund, and in this episode of The Bid, we’ll explore the ins and outs of its rapid rise.
Consumers want intuitive solutions that provide a holistic view of their accounts, while also providing financial guidance. To meet these growing expectations, data aggregation has evolved to empower financial service providers with apps and APIs to provide actionable guidance.
Join Laura Hutchison, a Practice Management Consultant at Russell Investments and Tim Halverson a Regional Director, at Russell Investments, as they explore the 5 traits we believe makes an advisor successful.
Financial advisors are helpers by nature. In addition to being naturally inclined toward altruism, those who work in this particular profession are also uniquely qualified to lend support to charities and non-profits beyond simply donating funds.
GPS apps help drivers get to their destination as quickly as possible, providing the efficiency and ease that consumers have come to expect from technology. But GPS apps aren’t the only way that individuals are getting more efficient.
Russell Investments believes practice management programs require a significant shift in focus to further drive advisor success. Here’s how they plan to do it.
Wall Street has a well-earned reputation for deep pockets, but less public attention is paid to how often the financial industry reaches into those pockets in the name of charity.