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The right technology can make all the difference when it comes to a financial advisor’s success, especially in today’s competitive business environment. Recent innovations in financial technology have provided state-of-the-art applications to handle everything from client relationship management to investment modeling to billing and document production.

These solutions have the potential to make your practice more efficient and profitable. The challenge is making sure these different technology applications work together as a seamless whole, providing your business the support and accuracy you require.

Here are several reasons why technology is crucial for your advisory practice:

Technology can make you more efficient. As you know, the process of advising clients, investing their money, and providing necessary documentation and compliance paperwork can be a time-consuming process. In many firms, these processes may account for at least...

New Liberty Features in August

In July, Trust Company of America announced improvements to our technology platform, Liberty, which seamlessly connects desktop and mobile systems.

Earlier this month, we added even more functionality. Now advisors and reps can register accounts, execute block trades and process accounts...

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What You Need to Know About Succession Planning

As a financial advisor, you’re always thinking about your clients’ future. But what about your future? ...

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Trust Company of America Expands Industry-Leading Liberty Mobile Platform

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...

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How to Comply with RIA Regulations

The regulatory environment for RIAs is in a state of constant evolution. RIAs are still trying to navigate the new rules set forth by Dodd-Frank, such as the so-called “red flag” rule, aimed at reducing the risk of identity theft, and there is increasing pressure for the SEC to adopt...

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