When taking inventory of a RIA’s business partners, the list may include technology providers, fund managers, research companies, compliance consultants, and headhunters. But perhaps the business partner RIAs most strongly rely upon is their custodian. Custodial services have, for years, been perceived as mostly “free” with revenue generated from transaction fees, cash spread, ttechnology services, or by selling peripheral products. As technology such as Blockchain continues to permeate into traditional transactional services, how will custodians maintain their ability to both monetize and deliver a secure, reliable and valuable service to its clients?
On Tuesday, February 19 come explore this topic with us as we introduce a panel representing the biggest players in the custodial world today such as Fidelity, Charles Schwab, and more. We will discuss current state as well as how technological and legislative shifts may disrupt or enhance the relationship between the custodian and RIA firm for better or for worse.
- Better understand the services custodians provide
- Learn about the threats and opportunities to the business
- Decide how to best partner with a custodian to prepare for potential changes in the business
Who Should Attend:
- CEOs, CFOs, and COOs
- RIA Employees
- Wealth Managers
William is a 19 year veteran of Charles Schwab & Co having spent time in Retirement Plan Services and Advisor Services. William is a Vice-President and Senior Divisional Managing Director and leads the Central Division for Schwab Advisor Services sales and relationship management team.
Vice President, Digital Strategy & Platform Consulting, Fidelity Investments
Tricia Haskins is vice president of Practice Management and Consulting for Fidelity Clearing & Custody Solutions. With more than 20 years of experience in financial services, Ms. Haskins leads the strategic consulting team that is focused on helping wealth management firms thrive in an environment of transformational change. Her team works with firms to develop and implement strategies to achieve growth, client service and productivity goals, and create lasting value for firms and their clients.
Kane Kennon is a Vice President and Business Development Officer for Pershing Advisor Solutions, a BNY Mellon Company. In this role, Kane is responsible for building new relationships with registered investment advisors, helping them grow and develop their practice, and make informed decisions on how to evolve their firms for the future.
Sean Lindenbaum is responsible for the oversight and management of sales and business development activities for TD Ameritrade Institutional in Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.
- CFA Institute PL Credit Hour(s): 1 Credit