Brian Stimpfl, who left his position at TD Ameritrade Institutional abou six months ago, has accepted as job with ActiFi, a tech consulting firm, to help its global growth initiatives and expansion of enterprise licensing program.
"At ActiFi, we have some very aggressive growth goals and Brian is a key person to help us meet and exceed our objectives," said Spenser Segal, ActiFi's CEO in a press release. "Our clients are world-class organizations and to maintain and expand our reputation as a global leader in practice management technology, you need to have equally world-class talent on your team. Adding Brian Stimpfl obviously meets that requirement."
ActiFi's core product is a customizable and configurable program that systematizes advisor productivity and business growth. The program is brilliant in the way it steers advisors into solutions for growing their businesses, and AcitiFi's practice management ideas are usually valuable.
Stimpfl was responsible for bringing ActiFi in to assist TD Ameritrade Institutional with practice management consulting to advisors, and TDAI managers have told me that ActiFi's program has aided the firm in implementing changes at advisory firm practices.