Reform's Costs May Leave Emerging Wealthy Neglected

Ackerman, Ruthie
August 2010
American Banker;8/26/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 132, p7
Trade Publication
The article discusses expectations by the wealth management industry regarding the impact that financial reform may have on service and compliance costs. Topics discussed in the article include the impact that financial reform may have on the relationship that financial margins have with high-net-worth investors, comments by Geoffrey Bobroff, an executive at the company Bobroff Consulting, and speculation regarding the impact that these changes may have on large companies.


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