Jim McConville

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Providing Simple And Accurate Financial Information To Consumers A Challenge


Gaining access to understandable, accurate information remains the top challenge consumer face to making good financial decisions, according to a survey by Family Financial Network.

Entrepreneur Award Winner Accused Of Stealing Millions


A former Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award who was indicted and arrested on federal fraud charges today also faces civil charges by the Securities and Exchange Commission that he defrauded...

TD To Acquire Epoch Investment Partners


TD Bank Group had agreed to acquire Epoch Holding Corporation—including its subsidiary Epoch Investment Partners Inc.—for $668 million in cash.

Fidelity Offers Hedge Fund Access WIth Arden


Fidelity Investments is providing retail clients access to hedge-fund firms through a mutual fund launched in partnership with Arden Asset Management, according to a published report.

Some Baby Boomers Who Retire At 65 Will Carry Debt


Although over half of working baby boomers say they're likely to retire at or before 65, almost half of those same boomers -- either with or without a pension -- say they'll do it with debt on their...

Raymond James Recruits $230 Million Team In Maryland

Raymond James has recruited a Maryland advisory firm with $230 million in assets away from LPL Financial, Raymond James officials announced today.

RIA Reaches $1 Billion In AUM On Its Platform

Washington Wealth Management, a Seattle-based RIA, has added two firms to its platform, raising its AUM to $1 billion from $100 million at the end of last year.

Higher Participation With 401(k) Auto-Enrollment Plans, Says Survey

401(k) retirement plans with automatic enrollment produce higher participation rates over the long haul compared with plans without it, says a New York Life survey.

CFP Board Backs Off On Upping CE Requirements


The CFP Board of Standards is holding off on plans to increase its CE requirement from 30 to 40 hours every two years after member advisors overwhelmingly opposed the move.

SEC Finance Director Meredith Cross To Leave

The SEC’s director of the Division of Corporation Finance Meredith B. Cross will return to the private sector at the end of the year, SEC officials announced today.

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