Ryan Krystopowicz joined WisdomTree in March 2016 and serves as a Product Specialist, ETF Model Portfolios. He is a leading voice in the content and commercialization of WisdomTree’s Model Portfolio Research Study & Model Adoption Center. Ryan also contributes to the commercial success of WisdomTree’s Model Portfolio offerings by supporting Distribution and the management of host platforms. His passion for third-party model portfolios and investment outsourcing was cultivated during his tenure at a Registered Investment Advisor where he took on a variety of roles within research and operations. Ryan received a degree from Loyola University of Maryland and is a CFA charterholder.
The New Year is a great time for financial advisors to re-evaluate their practice. Ryan Krystopowicz outlines three tips that advisors can start implementing today to help convert prospects in 2022.
On a recent episode of the Behind the Markets podcast, host Jeremy Schwartz and guest host Ryan Krystopowicz spoke with Aaron Klein, CEO and co-founder of Riskalyze. Ryan Krystopowicz provides his recap of the conversation, which focused on a range of topics from data analytics and risk management to a macro overview of Model Portfolios.
One of the biggest advantages that ETFs possess over mutual funds is their tax efficiency. Ryan Krystopowicz highlights some sobering stats on the taxing history of mutual funds and why advisors should consider transitioning client accounts into ETF Model Portfolios.
For many advisors, the question of migrating to a third-party model is not why but how. Ryan Krystopowicz explains how our collaboration with 55ip can help advisors with the transition from their existing portfolios into WisdomTree models while minimizing the tax impact of moving clients.
One year ago, we collaborated with Professor Jeremy Siegel to launch the Siegel-WisdomTree-Model Portfolios, designed to challenge the traditional 60/40 portfolio approach. Joe Tenaglia and Ryan Krystopowicz analyze the Models’ first full year of live performance.