Riedel Strategy is now RDCL
Social Science-Based Research Firm, Formerly Known as Riedel Strategy, to Relaunch as RDCL
Financial Advisers Seek to Inject a More Human Element
How financial industry innovators are harnessing research by RDCL to humanize the advice business.
Everything the Financial Services Industry Knows About Women is Wrong
RDCL uses innovative methods to help United Capital bust 3 big myths about women and money.
Female Investors Don't Lack Confidence; They Just Have High Standards: Study
By enabling women to submit real-time videos of their daily lives, RDCL transformed how they’re seen by the industry.
Three Things the Wealth Management Industry Isn’t Telling You
Barnaby writes about the the meaning of people’s financial lives and the need for a new category of wealth management.
Peace of Mind
Barnaby discusses how financial advisors can help their clients achieve peace of mind and live as they wish without worrying about money.
8 Key Questions in Financial Branding: Branding Roundtable No. 09
Alyssa discusses the unique challenges of financial branding with a roundtable of industry peers.
Financial Advisors Are More Stressed Than The Average Worker
RDCL shows advisors are 25% more stressed than the national average and identifies what stresses them out most.
Build a Diverse Practice Now
RDCL reveals that investors overwhelmingly prefer advisors who look like themselves.
FlexShares Executive Investors Survey Reveals Key Gender Differences Among HNW Primary Breadwinners
RDCL demystifies assumptions about male and female investors and illuminates surprising gender trends in the C-suite.
Financial Advisors Say They’re Feeling Stressed
RDCL develops the first advisor stress index and shows not all coping strategies are created equal.
Why Diversity Hires Mean Growth for Advisors
RDCL shows that consciously pursuing diversity can lead to a range of firm benefits
High Earning Female Investors Defy Stereotypes
RDCL shows that HNW primary breadwinner women embrace risk as much if not more than their male counterparts.
In Rebranding, United Capital Hopes to Redefine ‘Wealth Management’
How research by RDCL, formerly Riedel Strategy, informed United Capital’s game-changing financial life management platform.
It’s Culture, Stupid: How a Cynic was Converted
RDCL helps HighTower discover what attracts advisors to their brand.
United Capital Studies Client Secret Needs and Desires
RDCL, formerly Riedel Strategy, explains why financial advisors need concrete tools that help clients articulate their values.
United Capital’s Duran: Wealth management is dead. Long live life management!
The story of United Capital’s partnership with RDCL, formerly Riedel Strategy, and the research results that led to a new category of wealth management.
Goodbye Wealth Management, Hello Financial Life Management
In his regular blog for Investment News, United Capital CEO Joe Duran notes the importance of RDCL’s research to his company’s future.
If You Go Indie, Will Clients Follow? The Great Leap of Faith
Research by RDCL, formerly Riedel Strategy, shows that loss aversion drives the experience of advisors considering a move to independence.
4 Do’s and 1 Don’t for Small Branding Firm Success
Alyssa explains how RDCL has managed to beat out the big branding and market research firms.
8 Ways to build extreme client loyalty
RDCL, formerly Riedel Strategy, weighs in on the client loyalty question with some “small" advice.
Cheap investing algorithms force human advisers to rebrand themselves as ‘financial coaches’
RDCL reflects on the irony that robo advisers may get the industry to be more human.
Finding the Right Advisor-Firm Fit
Alyssa explains how behavioral finance biases impact advisors when they are looking to grow their practice through new hires.
In Financial Data, Small is the New Big
RDCL, formerly Riedel Strategy, demystifies the big data craze with some hard truth: no matter the size, data is only as powerful as the people interpreting it.