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Even Happy Clients Will Stray, Matt Oechsli Tells IMCA

Clients who say they're satisfied with their financial advisor will still seek second opinions to test the recommendations they get, a noted industry consultant says.

95% Of Advisors Say Their Richest Clients Are Perfectly Satisfied, But The Clients Disagree

Bit of a perception gap here: Almost all advisors think their best clients are happy with the relationship, but the mood among their clients is not quite so rosy.

Investors Want "Objectivity" From Advisors, But They Don't See That As Being The Same As "Independence"

It might look like splitting semantic hairs, but according to SEI Global Wealth, your affiliation doesn't actually matter to your clients.

Advisors Need To Communicate Their Value To Younger Investors

Investors in their thirties and early forties grew up steeped in market data and are wondering why they need an advisor at all.

What Do The Least Loyal Clients Look Like? New Evidence That Investors Are On The Move

The people who brought out that "36% of investors want a new advisor" study last month are back with follow-up numbers drilling down into why those clients are so unhappy.

Sure, Wealthy Women Insist On Honesty From Their Advisors...Don't The Men?

The fact that female investors want a trustworthy advisor isn't really news, but there are still some viable insights in the latest Spectrem study.

Becoming Your Clients' Financial Quarterback Is Now Critical, State Street And Wharton Say

The increased prevalence of multiple advisors among the wealthy means each of those advisors needs to jockey for the central position in a client's financial life.

Giving Clients The News They Need ... And Skipping The Fluff They Don't Care About

One of an advisor's roles is the bearer of market critical news that affects a client's portfolio and sense of the world. But what do clients want to hear?

Most Americans Are Unclear On What Exactly Hedge Funds Are, But Does It Matter?

Despite all the mythology out there about hedge fund managers getting extremely rich for finding bizarre trading opportunities, most people have very little idea what they actually do.

Defining The Role Of "Alpha" Advisor Among The Mass Affluent

Call it the "financial quarterback" or the "concierge" or the "alpha advisor," the role of leader in a wealthy client's advisory team is still developing -- and advisors themselves can steer.

New Study: A Third Of Your Clients Are Ready To Leave

  While 51% of respondents to a new study by Northstar/Sullivan reported they were very satisfied with their financial advisor, 36% with $100,000 or more invested are considering moving. A quarter of them would drop their current advisor for better investment options or a higher level of service. Since most advisors have most investment options available to them, your opportunity is in elevating your service.

Bill Gates Notes That Your Self-Made Clients Are More Likely To Have Philanthropic Urges

Between Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, the billionaire "Giving Pledge" has plenty of star power, but the nuances contain insight that advisors can use to frame the dreaded "philanthropic conversation" with clients.

Mass Affluent Investors Make More Fickle Clients As They Chase Performance

Turns out that while many advisors are afraid of their ultra-wealthy clientele leaving for a competitor, it's actually the middle-market investors who have no loyalty.

Communication Breakdown Between Advisors, Younger Clients Needs Careful Treatment, MFS Says

Advisors and clients should be on the same page when it comes to the markets to avoid misunderstandings, but according to new numbers from MFS, the cognitive gaps are still pretty big.


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