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Above: TCA's technology systems over the years

Yesterday, Trust Company of America unveiled the new and improved Liberty, its industry-leading mobile platform for RIAs.

Now all major functions, including model management, consolidated asset management and model processing and rebalancing, at the account level or across the entire book of business, are available on any piece of glass—desktop computers, tablets and mobile devices.

Liz Hayden, Director of Product Development for TCA, demonstrated the revamped Liberty in a recent Genius Session. With its intuitive design and seamless navigation, Liberty allows advisors to execute trades with just a few clicks of the mouse, adjust asset allocations for individual clients and households, review essential account information on one screen and perform countless other functions—all in one integrated platform.

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How to Comply with RIA Regulations

The regulatory environment for RIAs is in a state of constant evolution. RIAs are still trying to navigate the new rules set forth by Dodd-Frank, such as the so-called “red flag” rule, aimed at reducing the risk of identity theft, and there is increasing pressure for the SEC to adopt...

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Hiring

Your business is only as good as its people. Unfortunately, every business inevitably makes regrettable hires or will in the future. In fact, 90% of participants in a recent Trust Company of America Genius Session on the do’s and don’ts...

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Conversion Made Easy: Switching to a New Custodian

Casey Hunt dreamed of having a one-stop shop for back-office solutions, data reconciliation, reporting and Customer Relationship Management (CRM). For years, he had multiple in-house employees manage those functions. He later outsourced to another company, but...

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With TCA, You Have Choices for Executing ETF Trades

Trust Company of America believes in giving its clients the freedom to choose and build their business the way they want to. That’s why TCA currently offers clients five different options for executing ETF trades and plans to add four more execution sources in the near future. Neil Buckley...

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