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Blaze Advisor

A system for adding rules-based processing into an application from Fair Isaac Corporation, Minneapolis, MN, (www.fairisaac.com). Blaze Advisor is a Java-based rules engine that enables Windows, Solaris and OS/390 applications to be more easily revised by making changes in the rules database rather than modifying the programming code. The system was originally developed by Blaze Software, and over two short years, ownership of the product line was sold to Brokat Technologies in 2000, HNC Software Inc. in 2001 and then to Fair Isaac in 2002.
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advisor

A person appointed by a state, on the basis of his or her qualification, for the purpose of assisting its accredited representative in an investigation (ICAO).
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Under the terms of the agreement, Reverence Capital and its affiliates, alongside Advisor Group employees and financial advisors, purchased 100% of the company.
* Benjamin Klein, Managing Director and Wealth Management Advisor (CFP, CRPC), was named as a Forbes "Best-in-State Wealth Advisor" and a Barron's "Top 1,200 Financial Advisor." He joined Merrill Lynch in 2002 and helps craft customized wealth management strategies designed to address each client's short-term needs and long-term goals.
Among the attendees were a number of leaders of major advisor technology partners.
NEVIN CLIMENHAGA, "Knowledge and Certainty." Advisor: Robert Audi.
The fiduciary rule and the obligation to act in the plan's best interest is better understood by focusing on advisor compensation.
Is Connected Advisor designed to help advisors bring in new--perhaps younger, tech-savvy and even female clients?
Instead, they offer their technology to advisors who themselves provide advice to clients.
Female advisors expect the election to have a larger influence on the stock market than their male counterparts, according to the study.
The study found that nearly two-thirds of all practices have at least some interest in using digital advisor technology, which includes tools such as tablets, video conference, client website, chat or co-browsing software, and mobile devices.
Barnes Pettey Financial Advisors is located in Clarksdale, Oxford, Grenada, Jackson, and in Memphis, TN.
Enter the word "advisor." Not that using the word "advisor" makes anything less confusing to the public.