Farming It Out

Gleeson, Jerry
January 2012
Registered Rep;Jan2012, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p21
The article focuses on the strategy adopted by the registered investment advisor (RIAs). According to the Investment Adviser Association, most of RIAs are tending toward the small size in assets under management. Further it discusses that RIAs are adopting strategy to outsource their compliance functions with assets of about 25 million dollars to 250 million dollars.


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