Will More Firms Leave Broker Protocol?
After Morgan Stanley's exit, the recruiting scene could shift in a variety of ways, says one industry watcher.
Securities America Nabs $1.7B OSJ From National Planning Corp.
Two Ladenburg Thalmann-owned BDs have landed billion-dollar groups.
Raymond James' RIA Unit Is on a Roll
The unit boosts assets 36%, topping overall AUM growth for the firm's private client group.
Securities America Adds $1.35B Group From LPL: Recruiting Roundup
Plus, Woodbury Financial, Ameriprise, LPL, Raymond James and Janney share details on their newest recruits.
Largest Women’s Symposium Ever, Yet Percentage of Women Hasn’t Budged
Michelle Lynch described the process of getting more women into the industry as “organic and slow.”
Raymond James to Grab $5B Clearing Client From Pershing
It also recruited a husband-and-wife team from Merrill Lynch with some $160 million in assets.
LPL Lays Out Plans for NPH Broker-Dealer Integration
LPL Financial confirmed industry speculation by announcing that it recently bought Jackson National Life affiliate National Planning Holdings’ four broker-dealers.
Raymond James Taps New Exec in Indiana
Patrick O’Donovan has led branches and other operations for Smith Barney, Morgan Stanley and other financial firms for the past 32 years.
Raymond James Adds $170M Morgan Stanley Duo, Shares Financial Update
The firm boosted assets, fees and commissions in August and in September had "elevated expenses" tied to Hurricane Irma.
Raymond James Nearly Back to ‘Normal’ After Irma
The Florida-based firm, which shifted resources out of the area due to Hurricane Irma, pledges to support associates affected by the storm.