Moors and Cabot selects RBC as new clearing partner
RBC Correspondent Services announced that Moors and Cabot, a registered broker-dealer and investment advisor, has chosen the firm as its new clearing partner and premier service provider.
This new relationship will enhance Moors and Cabot’s back-office capabilities and offer improved experiences for advisors and their clients. Key benefits include the ability to choose from a comprehensive wealth management platform featuring innovative products and tools to help achieve a broad range of goals.
“We are so pleased to welcome Moors and Cabot, a revered firm with an experienced advisor base and strong client focus, to our platform,” says Michael Belkin, senior vice president, business development manager at RBC Correspondent and Advisor Services. “Beyond providing technology and a broad range of business solutions, Moors and Cabot will benefit from our value-added services to help their advisors and organisation deliver the finest client experience while acting as responsible stewards of their clients’ wealth.”
RBC Correspondent Services works with leading technology companies to integrate best-of-breed tools into its platform. Moors & Cabot will have access to features including RBC Black, which combines relationship management from Redtail; risk due diligence from Riskalyze; account aggregation with Circle Black; financial planning provided by MoneyGuide Pro; and portfolio management with Vestmark.
“We see both a present and a future where advisors who utilise technology, portfolio management, and planning as a complement to their expertise provide the most effective version of wealth management,” says Stan Czyzyk, vice president of strategic initiatives at Moors and Cabot.
“Moving to the RBC platform provides our advisors and clients with a platform that aligns to the expectations of an evolving market. This platform supports our technology strategy, building upon the groundwork we’ve already laid, making Moors and Cabot the ideal services platform for entrepreneurial, mobile, and independent-minded advisors.”
“RBC’s capabilities give our clearing and custody clients a significant competitive advantage – but our greatest strength is our service- and relationship-oriented culture,” added Brett Thorne, head of RBC Correspondent and Advisor Services. “Supported by our platform, Moors and Cabot will be well positioned for the future of our industry.”
Moors and Cabot, founded in 1890, is an investment firm headquartered in Boston with offices throughout the US.