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The insurance firm has named its retirement business Empower reflecting a new era for plan sponsors.
The global financial services firm plans to hire 60 employees in offices across the U.S.
After the closing, Concord, Calif.-based AssetMark will have approximately $25 billion in total assets on its platform.
The Foundation for Financial Planning and the CFP Board have partnered with the National Council on Aging to deliver free financial planning to senior citizens.
Paul J. Taubman, who left Morgan Stanley in 2013 after 30 years, will merge his firm PJT Partners with Blackstone’s advisory unit into a new, public entity that he will lead.
The combined firm will be known as Obermeyer Wood Investment Counsel and will manage approximately $1.7 billion in assets.
The addition of Atlanta-based Gratus Capital Management will expand Focus’s presence in the Southeast region.
RCS Capital will buy Cole Capital from American Realty Capital Properties for $700 million.
Integrating other practices into your own is a lot of work, but can be worth the effort.
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