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Above: TCA's technology systems over the years

Yesterday, Trust Company of America unveiled the new and improved Liberty, its industry-leading mobile platform for RIAs.

Now all major functions, including model management, consolidated asset management and model processing and rebalancing, at the account level or across the entire book of business, are available on any piece of glass—desktop computers, tablets and mobile devices.

Liz Hayden, Director of Product Development for TCA, demonstrated the revamped Liberty in a recent Genius Session. With its intuitive design and seamless navigation, Liberty allows advisors to execute trades with just a few clicks of the mouse, adjust asset allocations for individual clients and households, review essential account information on one screen and perform countless other functions—all in one integrated platform.

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Originally posted by Financial Social Media.

By: Amy Mcilwain 

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How Advisors Can Protect Themselves from a Java Sucker Punch

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How Advisors Can Use Mobile Devices to Differentiate and Increase Productivity

I know mobile technology is big in the advisor industry right now. But, if there was any doubt in my mind about the sheer reach of this trend, it was put to bed at this year’s T3 Conference (See:...

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The New Facebook Search Graph: Will It Change How RIAs Think About Social Media?

I get asked all the time about advisors being on social media.  We all know the issues: compliance scares people from taking action, lack of compelling content, who wants to follow their advisor on Facebook…to name a few. I, for the most part, have told advisors to concentrate on...

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