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The recent bear market has yet to impact the seeming record-pace of advisor recruitment across the wealth management space. Especially as advisors and firms find their post-pandemic footing, technology has played a more significant role in this process over the past year, according to the experts we spoke with for the latest Digital Wealth News roundtable.
While the “Rule of Three” isn’t enshrined in any regulatory code or compliance protocol, it is a fitting construct for discussions of regtech in the private equity space today. Without question, the private equity space comes with a highly dynamic regulatory and legal environment, and this drives the kinds of technology solutions needed to address a constantly changing ecosystem.
The next generation of high-net-worth (HNW) and high-earning, not rich yet (HENRY) investors do not remember a time without instant access to information, text messaging or social media, and many do not want to use the phone.
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Being touted as “the first ever, whole-of-government approach to addressing the risks and harnessing the potential benefits of digital assets and their underlying technology”, President Biden just released his anticipated Executive Order on how he intends to tackle digital asset innovation.
Sky high valuations for RIAs fuel a seemingly unstoppable flow of consolidation within this segment of the wealth management industry. Supported by private equity capital and creative partnership models, there seems to be no end in sight to the massive shift in this space to build larger, more valuable RIAs.
Digital Wealth News asked four executives from a diverse group of wealth management firms to discuss how the pandemic impacted recruitment and how they it to evolve as we face down year three of pandemic impacted advisor outreach.