Regulators have seized $300,000 in assets from suspects who are believed to have committed identify theft to steal $2 million from retirement plans that used Great West as a recordkeeper. So reports The Denver Post.
Financial services firms have been complacent in developing digital marketing programs, but fee pressure and increased competition could change that. So reports Forbes.
Daniel Tay of Singapore has given up on being a financial planner and now focuses on dumpster diving. So reports The Straits Times.
Asset managers and other financial advisory firms are planning to aggressively increase their digital marketing next year. Yet, with unemployment at a significantly low rate of only 4.1%, many firms will face challenges in recruiting employees for executing on their new marketing goals.