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Trust Company of America closed the books on the third quarter, adding 28 new RIAs with $750 million in AUM through the first nine months of the year. New clients signed on with TCA to take advantage of the mobility and operational efficiencies of our RIA platform, Liberty.

The growth was highlighted in a recent press release that said improving operations amid increasingly volatile markets was a common demand among several of TCA’s new RIA firms.

 “While assets under management steals the headlines in the RIA business, net income pays the bills,” said Joshua Pace, Senior Vice President, Business Development for Trust Company of America. “This year, we are hearing from more advisors who are focused on harnessing technology and process improvement to improve their bottom line – and spend more time with clients. It’s a win-win that helps advisors and their clients reach their full potential.”

With many RIAs having to...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Hiring

Your business is only as good as its people. Unfortunately, every business inevitably makes regrettable hires or will in the future. In fact, 90% of participants in a recent Trust Company of America Genius Session on the do’s and don’ts...

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Conversion Made Easy: Switching to a New Custodian

Casey Hunt dreamed of having a one-stop shop for back-office solutions, data reconciliation, reporting and Customer Relationship Management (CRM). For years, he had multiple in-house employees manage those functions. He later outsourced to another company, but...

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With TCA, You Have Choices for Executing ETF Trades

Trust Company of America believes in giving its clients the freedom to choose and build their business the way they want to. That’s why TCA currently offers clients five different options for executing ETF trades and plans to add four more execution sources in the near future. Neil Buckley...

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What’s the value of managed money in 401(k)s?

41% of advisors who attended the Genius Session said advisor knoweldge is the biggest hurdle for managed strategies in 401(k) plans.

For much of its 30-year history, the 401(k) industry has been slow to respond to the needs of plan participants....

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