The Adviser Center

Tools for Transition

    As firms pull out of protocol agreement, wirehouse brokers show more interest in breaking away: execs

    Firms such as Dynasty Financial Partners and Raymond James have seen an uptick in engagement among wirehouse brokers.

    Raymond James, Stifel pick up wirehouse advisers

    KMS snags National Planning Corp. team, while Kestra adds retirement specialist team from Cadaret Grant.

    Morgan Stanley's aggressive move against former employee puts brokers on notice

    Wirehouse's pursuit of New Jersey broker through courts shows firm intends to enforce non-solicitation agreements, experts say.

    Make your move

    Clearing Firm

    Company Spotlight

    Edward Jones

    A leader in the financial services industry and one of the industry's largest partnerships, Edward Jones serves nearly 7 million clients. Their unique business model, free from demands of shareholders, gives their more than 14,000 Financial Advisors the ability to put the interests of clients first. Learn More »

    Recent Companies

    NBS Financial Services, Inc.

    Westlake Village, CA

    Intervest Ltd

    Chevy Chase, MD

    &Wealth Partners

    Baltimore, MD

    Browse all companies

    To be included in the Adviser Center, please contact the InvestmentNews Data team at

    For information about a featured company listing, please contact us.

    RIA Data Center

    1Financial Engines Advisors$138,000,000,000
    2Fisher Investments$71,789,691,574
    3Chevy Chase Trust Company$25,528,177,638
    4Edelman Financial Services, LLC$17,783,062,724
    5Aperio Group$15,619,552,133
    View More

    Advisers on the Move

    Featured video


    When can advisers expect an SEC fiduciary rule proposal and other regs this year?

    Managing editor Christina Nelson and senior reporter Mark Schoeff Jr. discuss regulations of consequence to financial advisers in 2018, and their likely timing.

    Recommended Video

    Path to growth

    Latest news & opinion

    Cutting through the red tape of adviser regulation is tricky

    Don't expect a simple rollback of rules under the Trump administration in 2018 — instead, regulators are on pace to bolster financial adviser oversight.

    Bond investors have more to worry about than a government shutdown

    Inflation worries, international rates pushing Treasuries yields higher.

    State measures to prevent elder financial abuse gaining steam

    A growing number of states are looking to pass rules preventing exploitation of seniors.

    Morgan Stanley reports a loss of advisers after exiting the protocol for broker recruiting

    The firm said it lost 47 brokers in the fourth quarter, the most in any quarter of 2017.

    Morgan Stanley's wealth management fees climb to all-time high

    Improvement reflect firm's shift of more clients into fee-based accounts priced on asset levels, which boosts results as markets rise.


    Hi! Glad you're here and we hope you like all the great work we do here at InvestmentNews. But what we do is expensive and is funded in part by our sponsors. So won't you show our sponsors a little love by whitelisting It'll help us continue to serve you.

    Yes, show me how to whitelist

    Ad blocker detected. Please whitelist us or give premium a try.