Envestnet is excited to announce our partnership with Eversheds Sutherland. As a global top 15 law practice, Eversheds Sutherland provides the legal advice and strategic alignment that clients need from their advisors for the best outcomes. The new SEC advice standards for broker-dealers and registered investment advisors are here, and we are dedicated to helping you prepare for the compliance impact.
This article provides a high-level overview of how the SEC enforces the federal securities laws and the rules thereunder, and the enforcement and litigation risks presented by the rulemaking package.
As a child, I remember seeing my mother’s wooden plaque of The Serenity Prayer that she kept above our kitchen sink. For those not familiar with this popular prayer, it reads...
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Envestnet is excited to announce our partnership with Eversheds Sutherland. As a global top 15 law practice, Eversheds Sutherland provides the legal advice and strategic alignment that clients need from their advisors for the best outcomes.
Never has so much personal information been readily available to the general public. It’s surprising, then, that so many financial institutions continue to treat public knowledge as a “secret.”
What if I told you that there’s a formula that is exceedingly easy to remember and could positively impact almost every decision you make? What if I told you that there is a formula for happiness?
This article provides a high-level summary of the rulemaking package and explores its implications for registered investment advisors and dual registrants.
Three advisors describe how they translate their values into powerful advice and consistent, thoughtful service for clients.
Consider something you’ve always wanted to do but you’ve put off doing because it scares you. In fact, just think of something you’d eventually like to do but haven’t yet, since you may not even be aware of all your reasons for not having embarked on that journey just yet.
We’ve all seen security breaches covered in the news: Equifax – at a cost of nearly $243M, Uber – resulting in $148M in combined fines, and just last year, Facebook – at a potential cost of $1.63B.