National Advisors Trust Co.

National Advisors Trust Co.

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Business head: James A. Combs

No. clients: 179

AUC: $9,971

Min. assets: None

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Small custodians compete for advisers with niche needs

February 17, 2017 - When Tim Sobolewski started shopping for a custodian for his $100-million asset advisory firm, The Financial Planning Centerin Amherst, N.Y., he knew what he didn't want: an experience “that felt like I was calling into a cable company.” That was...

Custodians and clearing firms ranked by number of clients

August 9, 2015 - Custodians ranked by number of RIA custody clients Firm Website Head of RIA custody business 2015 # of clients % change vs. 2014 Assets under custody ($M) % change vs. 2014 Minimum assets of advisers Schwab Advisor Services http://www.advisorservices.schwab.com...

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