Nicholas W. Stuller is one of the foremost authorities on financial advisors and is a respected and outspoken authority on the financial advisory universe. As founding CEO of two of the largest financial advisor database companies in the U.S., he has built the most inclusive web-based directories, which include deep data and intelligence on the two million U.S. financial and insurance advisors. The nation’s largest advisory firms, mutual funds, and insurance carriers have relied upon his companies to understand the financial advisor community.
In 1985, Stuller began his career at Shearson Lehman Hutton (now Morgan Stanley). When he left the firm as a financial advisor, he began a successful career selling to financial advisors at firms such as Waterhouse Securities (now TD Ameritrade) and National Regulatory Services (acquired by the Thomson Company). Selling to thousands of advisors, Stuller subsequently built sales teams to dramatically increase revenues at the various firms he worked for. A gifted entrepreneur and sales professional, he went on to create unique directories of critical data on financial advisors.
Stuller is a widely respected spokesperson for financial advisors. He has been quoted extensively by the print and digital media, including The New York Times, Dow Jones, Reuters, and Yahoo, and has been interviewed by the broadcast media including NBC, CBS, PBS, and others.