Derek Notman is a virtual advisor. That doesn't mean he just uses video conferencing to talk with clients. His entire practice is virtual, and he's helping other advisors do the same.
We save today to spend tomorrow, and at heart, our investments are meant to help increase our future purchasing power. To do so, our returns need to outpace inflation, which can be particularly challenging in uncertain times.
Join Andrew Lill, Americas CIO, and Marta Norton, head of Outcome-Based Strategies, who discuss our current views on inflation and how we design some portfolios to target inflation-plus returns.
These are uncertain times. We work with great advisors that have shared their observations and resources with us and we thought you might find some of this helpful.
Our guests in 2019 came armed with invaluable lessons for your practice and your clients alike. If you’re new to the podcast or simply looking for some inspiration, this episode should act as a great refresher to jump start ideas as we enter 2020.
We’re joined by four BMO colleagues who work with financial advisors on a daily basis. Together, they share the information and ideas that stuck with them – and the advisors they work with – long after they listened to the show.
At the Excel 401(k) conference in October 2019, we heard from a panel of advisors who managed to double their business in a relatively short time. How did they do it, and what ideas can you implement to help your practice grow at a faster rate?
Our panelists, David Griffin of Atlanta Retirement Plans, Jania Stout of Hightower, and Robert Scherzer of Pensionmark, discuss what they learned on their path to 2x, including how they conquered the challenge of growing so rapidly.
By combining PMC’s core competencies with Envestnet’s advanced platform technology, we offer a robust investment program vital to wealth management practices of varying sizes and stages of growth.
78% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, 43% of student loan borrowers are not making payments and nearly half of all employees can’t cover a $400 emergency. In an effort to help employees understand and improve their personal financial health, many plan sponsors and their advisors are turning to workplace financial wellness programs. Phyllis Klein is a senior director at Captrust Financial Advisors, a firm that specializes in institutional advisory work. In this episode, Phyllis discusses the benefits and challenges of helping employers implement financial wellness programs for their employees.
At nearly $1.6 trillion, student debt is double the size of the Defense budget and is second only to mortgages on the list of the largest household liabilities.
Talking about life insurance as part of a financial plan isn’t always easy, but it is important. What steps can you take to ensure these difficult conversations make it into your client’s financial plan?