Are Flat Fees Really Better for Clients—or for Advisors?
When someone explains something to me starting with statements that strike me as patently ridiculous, I tend to discount the rest of their thinking.
Q2 ’11 Earnings: Mixed Wirehouse Results as Wealth-Management Units Improve Sales
Q2 Earnings: Wells Fargo Beats Estimates; Advisor Headcount Drops
With 15,194 financial advisors and about 3,800 bankers, Wells Fargo now has 18,989 licensed professional, which is 205 less than in Q1.