Filmmaker Katharine Round has launched a project to make a documentary on the global economy and its impact on the working practices, lifestyles and psychology of people from Wall Street to Main Street.
Many branch office managers—most of whom are baby boomers—use recruiting and management techniques developed 10 or 15 years ago. But as the industry evolves, and the next generation of advisors comes on board, management strategies must change, experts say.
Gen-Y recruits have very different expectations from work than their older colleagues. So as more baby boomers age out of the business, office managers who know what makes millennials tick will have an edge.
Many advisors dream of transitioning their business, but fear of the unknown can often leave those dreams on the backburner. With this webinar, you can improve your odds of making the right decisions by learning firsthand from the experience of others....More
Despite recent political clashes and economic headwinds, our company-by-company global research efforts are uncovering long-term emerging markets opportunities. Join us for a look behind the headlines to gain a ground-level investment view with Noriko Chen, a portfolio manager for the American Funds Developing World Growth and Income FundSM, and Christopher Ryder, a Capital Group equity investment specialist....More
As an advisor, you have likely built a business of substantial value. Unlike other businesses, your most valuable asset is the relationship you've built with your clients, which commands time and commitment to ensure a successful transition near the end of your career....More