Mindy Diamond discusses how harnessing the power of content marketing has proven to be a powerful growth engine for her firm. She shares tips and advice for employee and independent financial advisors on how to build your own “marketing machine.”
About Mindy Diamond
CEO – By counseling advisors on how to ask the right questions and “dig deep”, she helps them look at all of the opportunities available to find the one that allows them to reach their full potential. That is, to best serve their clients and live a life that is in sync with their own beliefs and values. Learn more...
Barbara Herman Quoted – By Asia Martin, WealthManagement.com – Commonwealth Financial Network, an independent broker/dealer with over $221 billion in total client assets, has recruited Melville, N.Y.–based advisor Keith Ryan, who spent the past 26 years at UBS. Ryan, who managed $140 million in client assets at UBS, is the first to join under Commonwealth’s new Access Advisor Program, a new pricing model for breakaway advisors.
By Mindy Diamond, WealthManagement.com – Most advisors focus their due diligence efforts on what’s best for the business today—a process that may solve short-term concerns but doesn’t always lead to the best solution for the long term.
Mindy Diamond Featured – With Bruce Kellay and George Moriarty, Investment News – George Moriarty, our chief content officer, makes his inaugural visit to the podcast to chat about Bruce’s amazing Neal award. Mindy Diamond starts off the episode with a conversation about adviser movement, the wirehouses, compensation and why there aren’t more female RIAs.
As a Managing Director at Northwestern Mutual, Brett Gilliland had a unique perspective of the limitations at the firm. So after 13 years and with $300mm in AUM, he left to build Visionary Wealth Advisors, today a $1.8B firm.
From Bigger to Better: How a Former Smith Barney Superstar Found Her Competitive Advantage in Independence
Lori Van Dusen shares a perspective that spans over 3 decades—a career that started with Shearson Lehman Brothers in 1987, a bold breakaway from Citigroup Smith Barney to independence in 2008, followed by a second leap to build her current firm LVW Advisors.
Kurt Miscinski shares how a serendipitous meeting with billionaire entrepreneur Howard Milstein led to the 2009 launch of HPM Partners. After starting from zero, the firm now Cerity Partners, manages over $31B in assets for ultra-high net worth clients and corporate executives.
Disrupting the Landscape: How a $12B+ Multi-Family Office is Making Waves Amongst Advisors and Their Clients
Avy Stein, Founder and Co-Chairman of Cresset, talks about how the firm fills a gap in the landscape for advisors who serve high net worth clients, how Cresset compares to firms like Rockefeller, what’s driving recent growth and much more.
Exclusive interview with Mindy Diamond and Louis Diamond – By Janet Levaux and Jeff Berman, ThinkAdvisor – Many advisors are choosing to work under the umbrella of a registered investment advisor, and the number of RIAs is on the rise. It’s now at 13,500 and has been growing by about 400–500 firms a year, according to the Investment Adviser Association and National Regulatory Services.
By Mindy Diamond, Forbes.com – The due diligence process is intentionally done “under the radar” to ensure that advisors remain in compliance and in no way expose the fact that they’re exploring. But eventually the team needs to know—some sooner than others.
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