3 Possible DOL Reforms That Could Help Advisors
KBW analysts share their views on what deregulation banks and broker-dealers can expect this year and next.
The Future of Digital Financial Advice: Who Will Succeed?
Two industry meetings in New York this week focused on the growth and evolution of robo-advisors.
RBC Wealth Taps Morgan Stanley Exec to Lead Chicago Complex
Meanwhile, it adds a $1 million Baird advisor in Oregon and a $1.4 million wirehouse rep in Texas.
Trump Picks Former Banker for Comptroller of the Currency
Joseph Otting was CEO of OneWest, when it operated under a consent order from the OCC due to unsound mortgage servicing and foreclosure practices.
Merrill Nabs $3.3B UBS Group in Chicago
It also picks up a UBS team in New York that manages $1 billion and has $7 million in yearly fees & commissions.
Morgan Stanley Moves (Again) to Streamline Wealth Group
The firm is getting rid of divisions and recently consolidated its Dallas operations.
Why Investors Often Underperform the Funds They Own
Morningstar's latest "Mind the Gap" report boosts the argument for why investors need advisors.
What Fee Compression? Advisor Fees Show Little or No Decline
Reports of fee compression among financial advisors are overblown, according to new analysis from Envestnet.
Wells Fargo Wealth Chief to Retire
David Carroll is stepping down just as the firm reportedly tweaks its recruiting policies to add reps.
FINRA Named CFP Board CE Partner
Effective immediately, nearly 60 of FINRA's e-learning courses will be eligible for CE credits for CFP professionals.