Independent Financial Partners (IFP) advisors now have access to eMoney’s comprehensive financial planning platform, award-winning client portal, marketing tools and deep integrations with IFP’s other preferred vendors, such as Albridge and WealthBox.
eMoney’s new integration with BlackRock’s iRetire® retirement investment framework will seamlessly connect eMoney’s comprehensive planning platform to iRetire, featuring single sign-on access and a streamlined workflow for financial advisors.
Independent broker and advisor firm Western International Securities (WIS) has partnered with eMoney Advisor to further its commitment to empower advisor success and expand its integrated technology platform.
Available to all eMoney clients, the Voice Assistant provides a seamless, efficient and hands-off way to search for client information and data. Advisors can navigate to areas of the platform that conventionally take a few clicks in just one step, using one voice command.
Foundational Planning, the newest planning solution available on the eMoney platform is designed to help advisors create plans for clients with less complex needs and scale planning across their organizations.
To determine the attitudinal differences and practices driving change in the industry, Fidelity surveyed 458 financial advisors using a survey co-developed with eMoney. Of the advisors surveyed, 45 percent shared characteristics that eMoney and Fidelity identify as “FlexGen.” These advisors are adaptable, future-ready, focused on delivering a great client experience, and utilizing technology more often to achieve these goals.
Lincoln Investment, one of the nation’s fastest growing broker-dealers serving over 1,100 financial advisors representing $36 billion in assets, today announced its partnership with eMoney Advisor, a leading provider of scalable wealth management technology. Lincoln now offers eMoney’s robust financial planning solutions to its advisor network. Lincoln offers its advisors five technology packages, three of which include eMoney.
Now in its third year, the revamped University Program aims to develop the next generation of financial advisors by providing college students who are pursuing a financial planning degree with training on the eMoney platform as part of their curriculum.