New York, NY and Fresno, CA – January 27, 2021 – Atria Wealth Solutions, Inc. (Atria), a multi-channel wealth management solutions holding company, today announced that it entered into a definitive agreement to acquire SCF Securities, Inc. (SCF), an independent wealth management firm based in Fresno, CA. SCF was founded in 1992 and serves approximately 150 independent financial professionals. Upon closing, Atria’s subsidiaries in total will represent over 2,500 financial professionals with nearly $95 billion in assets under administration.
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SCF announced today the addition of Ash Creek Financial Advisors to its Registered Investment Advisor, SCF Investment Advisors, Inc.
The five-advisor team is based in Arizona and New Mexico and has more than 62 years of combined experience working in the financial services industry.
This live video session, while not product-related, will focus on providing financial advisors with actionable insight for managing client assets and their portfolios.
The video session will take place Wednesday, July 24, 2019, at 9:30 a.m. PDT.
This article was originally published on Yahoo! Finance on July 16, 2019.
Springfield, MA, July 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FA Match, the digital recruitment platform that connects RIA firms, banks, wirehouses and independent broker-dealers with advisors seeking meaningful career transitions, today announced the launch of the FA Match Success Network, an advisor referral program for wealth management firms of all sizes and fee structures.
The FA Match Success Network enables firms to refer financial advisors whom they’ve directly sourced as potential hires but do not wish to move forward with – or, advisors who have decided the opportunity is not what they’re looking for. Firms collect a “success fee” when the advisor they’ve referred to FA Match secures a position at another company via the platform.