Tim Welsh is the president of Nexus Strategy, one of the top consulting firms in the wealth management industry. I first ran across Tim reading one of his articles so I reached out and found him to have a deep understanding of our industry so I wanted to bring him on the podcast.
In this interview we discuss technological disruptors like AdvicePay, Schwab's $30 subscription service and options for cash. The industry is changing fast, and Tim has a great read on what it going on.
Connect With Tim
Timothy D. Welsh, CFP®
Nexus Strategy, LLC
Phone – 415-847-4874
Email – email@example.com
Web – www.Nexus-Strategy.com
Twitter - www.twitter.com/NexusStrategy
About Tim (From His Website)
Timothy D. Welsh, CFP® is President, CEO and founder of Nexus Strategy, LLC, a leading consulting firm to the wealth management industry.
Prior to founding Nexus Strategy, Tim was Director of Business Consulting Services for Schwab Advisor Services where he led the development and marketing of practice management resources for independent advisors. While at Schwab, Tim also held senior roles in Strategy, Marketing, Advertising, PR and Industry Content development.
Prior to joining Schwab, Tim was vice president at Merrill Lynch where he was responsible for marketing, product development and financial advisor training for the financial planning group. Tim is frequently quoted in the wealth management media on a wide range of business management and industry topics. He is the author of a number of industry white papers, a guest columnist for RIABiz, Investment News and wealthmanagement.com, and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events. Tim earned a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley and an MBA in Finance from the University of Colorado.
Tim holds the Certified Financial Planner, CFP® designation and is an active member of the Financial Planning Association (FPA), serving in a leadership role on a number of task forces, committees and as a past elected member of the National Board of Directors.