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Today is the first day of our annual Focus on the Future conference. Over the next two and a half days, TCA executives and notable guest speakers will tackle some of the challenges facing the RIA industry, presenting relevant information meant to prepare RIAs for the future while helping them to grow their business today.

The conference starts with a brand session led by yours truly. Looking at examples from around the business world, I’ll review some of the tools and strategies that can help RIAs develop their own personal brand. Geoff Colvin, Fortune Magazine’s Senior-Editor-at Large, will deliver the keynote address Wednesday evening.

Mike Lover, Trust Company of America’s Vice President for Process Improvement, will kick off Thursday’s events by unveiling changes to Catalyst, TCA’s technology platform for RIAs. He’ll give way to a panel discussion on the future of...

Online Reputation Management for Financial Advisors: Combating Negative Digital Reviews

Guest Blog Post - Amy McIlwain, Financial Social Media

One of the scariest aspects of the online world for advisors is the lack of control they have about their brand. It’s the gift and the curse of the Internet: anyone can say anything at any time. This can become even more of a challenge...

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The Regulators Are Here

Who’s that knocking at the door? If you’re an RIA who’s never hosted an examiner from the Securities and Exchange Commission, you may be in for an unwelcome surprise. According to an article in this week’s ...

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TCA Technology and Six Sigma Expertise Improves Advisor Efficiency

As an RIA, it’s easy to get slowed down by inefficient trading and back office details. What’s more difficult is to determine how to eliminate those inefficiencies in order to deliver greater value to clients and maximize returns to the bottom line.

That’s a problem Mike Lover loves to...

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Successful Advisors on Social Media: Follow the Leaders

This is a guest post by Amy McIlwain with Financial Social Media

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. It also happens to be one of the truest forms of good business, and follows suit in social media. There...

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