Ryan Krystopowicz joined WisdomTree in March 2016 as a member of the Distribution Team and has transitioned over to the Asset Allocation Team as a Product Specialist, ETF Model Portfolios. He is responsible for maintaining and delivering data and content associated with WisdomTree Model Portfolios. Ryan also supports model development and decisions, as well as contributes to the commercial success of Model Portfolios by supporting the sales and client solutions team. He started his career at a Registered Investment Advisor working as Research Analyst and Assistant Trader. Ryan received a degree from Loyola University of Maryland and is a holder of the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
There’s a lot an advisor can do to combat fee compression. The issue is time. Ryan Krystopowicz makes the case that outsourcing to third-party models not only enables significant time savings for advisors, it can also mutually benefit their clients.
It can be challenging for advisors to keep up with global markets and their client’s portfolios, especially during the recent periods of high volatility. Ryan Krystopowicz explains how model portfolio adoption can help advisors best serve their clients during this tough market environment.
The holidays are rolling in, and e-mail stockings are getting stuffed with year-end 2020 market predictions. Ryan Krystopowicz makes the case for how advisors can utilize the model portfolios published by asset managers and strategists as an additional source of 2020 asset allocation views.
Ryan Krystopowicz dives deep into ETF model portfolio investing and identifies due diligence best practices for advisors ready to start using model portfolios in their business.
Model portfolios can help advisors save time that could be dedicated to their clients. So, why aren’t more advisors adopting ETF model portfolios in their practice? Ryan Krystopowicz debunks five myths about a model portfolio approach.
For financial advisors there often aren’t enough hours in a day. Ryan Krystopowicz illustrates how streamlining client portfolios and outsourcing some, or all, of the portfolio construction to outside asset management firms could help give an advisor some hours of their day back.