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For RIAs who are growing their practice by selling through Investment Advisory Representatives, technology plays a critical role in managing the relationship between advisor, rep and client. But technological gaps have prevented the RIA/IAR model from reaching its full potential.

From rep recruitment and coaching, to in-the-field CRM and proposal-generating capabilities, technology has not quite kept pace with the possibilities for RIAs who outsource their sales functions and use a Turnkey Asset Management Program (TAMP).

Although some RIAs have managed to cobble together different solutions to fill the gap, Trust Company of America’s newest technology suite will provide a seamless tech fix, integrating a wealth of tools and information into the robust Liberty...

To 401(k) or not to 401(k)?

With its stable asset growth and a growing demand for investment advice among plan sponsors and participants, the $2.8 trillion 401(k) plan market represents a tremendous opportunity for RIAs. But with opportunity comes challenges for advisors wanting to enter the 401(k) market, including a long...

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One From the Road

Networking with other financial advisors has typically been a significant time and financial commitment for RIA principals, requiring travel to industry trade shows or custodian conferences, and a healthy entertainment budget.

But what if you could avoid the time and expense and network...

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Best Practices for Managing Small Accounts

Most RIAs have grappled with the question of how to manage small accounts in a way that is efficient and profitable. In its latest Trend Advisor paper, “Small Accounts, Big Opportunities,” Trust Company of America addresses some of the...

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There's an App for That

With more than 1 million apps in the Apple App Store and an equally staggering number of applications on the Android market, it’s...

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