Morgan Stanley Tightens Its Overseas Client Service
The wirehouse says 400 U.S.-based reps will be allowed to serve international clients with at least $500,000 in assets.
Most Advisors See Little Effect From New Fiduciary Rules, Survey Finds
But, expert asks, do reps really understand what they will need to do to fully monitor and manage investment suitability?
Wells Fargo, Hearsay Social Roll Out New Tech Tools
The wirehouse boosts reps' tablet power, while the social media tech firm introduces a "universal" supervision solution.
FINRA Doubles Length of Suitability Suspensions, Toughens Fraud Sanctions
FINRA says it will be tougher on those committing fraud or making unsuitable recommendations and will increase suspensions for breaking suitability rules.
Financial Advisors Don’t Care About Millennials, and the Feeling Is Mutual
They prefer their clients old and rich—but that can’t last long.
Baird Adds $350M Ex-Schwab Rep
Meanwhile, Raymond James and Ameriprise pick up teams from Morgan Stanley and Stifel.
Hearsay Updates Social Media Apps for Mobile Phones
Meanwhile, Socialware introduces a brand protection tool for financial companies.
Raymond James, LPL Add Teams From Morgan Stanley
The two groups each have $200 million or more in assets; Securities America taps recruiter; Foothill Securities brings on $1B group.
Froude Steps Down as Head of Ameriprise Advisor Group
Two senior execs, Bill Williams and Patrick O'Connell, are poised to step in to lead 9,672 FAs.
A Fiduciary Standard May Leave Some Investors Out of Luck
The fiduciary standard may bring a higher level of service to some investors, but it may also inadvertently leave many out in the cold.