#ItzOnWealthTech Ep. 43: Female Leaders in Technology

“Women are over mentored and under sponsored. Mentors are just a nice relationship. But a sponsor is the one who’s going to move the needle for you. We need more sponsors to ensure women are ready to be promoted to their next position.” — Christina Townsend, Head of Platform Strategy for Advisor Solutions, BNY Mellon […]

#ItzOnWealthTech Ep. 42: Highlight Reel #3 from the T3 Advisor Conference

“I think in year one and year two really what we were trying to do that was different was bring advisors together, not with the salespeople who sell technology, but with the people who actually develop technology. The whole premise of T3 was bring your developers to the booth. Don’t bring your salespeople.” –Joel Bruckenstein, […]

#ItzOnWealthTech Ep. 38: 3 Reasons Advisors Shouldn’t Do Everything Themselves with Jim Palumbo

“We have one humongous arch-nemesis and the initials are DIY. The do it yourself-ers have ultimately decided to just try to go it on their own. A majority of advisors don’t choose a platform like ours, end up just doing everything themselves and here they are a year or two later, their hair is still […]

#ItzOnWealthTech Ep 37: Improved Views of Industry Data with Jean Sullivan

“We’ve developed methodologies that provide our clients with views on industry data that don’t currently exist.” — Jean Sullivan, Head of Research, Ezra Group Consulting Jean Sullivan has over 15 years of industry experience. She began with Cerulli Associates in the consulting division, then went on to start her own firm, Dover Financial Research. Today, […]

#ItzOnWealthTech Ep 36: 4 Reasons Why Transparency is Good for Business with Seth Johnson

“Good fee transparency is always a good business. Making sure that anybody that working with you knows how the fees have been calculated, knows what they’re being charged for. It has a good report, a good statement that has all of that data on it. That’s just good business.” — Seth Johnson, CEO, Redi2 Technologies […]