Philip Palaveev

Philip
Palaveev
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No More Practice Management
It's time to stop thinking of RIAs as a "practice," argues Philip Palaveev. The largest have grown into true corporate enterprises and that means eliminating these six long-standing mantras about how to run them.
Making Partner
How to add partners to create a team advisory practice. (Oh, if you aren’t growing, you are not team-ready.)
Advisors at Acquired Firms Must Decide: Stay, or Go? Here Are Some Tips
Staying or going is a critical decision for your practice and given the gravity and consequences of that decision every advisor should take control of the situation.
The Say on Pay: Registered Rep.’s 2011 Compensation Survey
You may be pessimistic about the economy, the markets or the dollar but there is little reason whatsoever to be concerned about the state of the financial advisory industry. Results of Registered Rep.’s 2011 Compensation Survey suggest that financial advisors continue to expand their practices, work with more clients and receive ample compensation for their efforts.
The Problem with Recruiting Bonuses
With the decline in margins, the ability to offer bonuses will decline. In other words, a b/d cannot systematically use bonuses to grow
How to Handle an Imploding Broker/Dealer
Securities America is just the latest broker/dealer to face financial distress. With so many firms falling into financial or legal hot water lately, financial advisors need to be prepared for the worst. Here's a checklist for your Plan B.
How To Handle An Imploding Broker/Dealer 5
Securities America is just the latest broker/dealer to face financial distress. With so many firms falling into financial or legal hot water lately, financial advisors need to be prepared for the worst. Here’s a checklist for your Plan B.
The Real Cost of Switching
For FAs in 2011, the cost of switching firms may rise.
Ten Things to Do Before the Year Is Over
Focusing on clients and growth is the natural instinct of our industry. Still, before we turn the page to a new year, we all have to make sure that we have brought to conclusion all the open items from this one.
The Cobblers Kids
If the cobbler’s kids run around barefoot, the financial advisor’s kids may be a little nervous about their college funds right now. A surprising number of financial advisors are not prepared financially for a year that likely will bring significant declines in revenue and therefore personal income.
The Top 10 Financial Mistakes Advisors Make
You don't expect your doctor to smoke, and you shouldn't see your advisor maxing out his credit card.
The Top 10 Financial Mistakes Advisors Make
You don't expect your doctor to smoke, and you shouldn't see your advisor maxing out his credit card.
A Seat at the Table
As a former communist, I am highly trained to detect the early signs of an approaching revolution. It is well known in former communist circles that unmet expectations and a sense that one is being exploited are necessary preconditions for any successful uprising
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