Citi Overlooked a Few Thousand Illegal Trades
A major job of banking compliance is to keep separate a bank's trading and relationship functions. Citigroup Global Markets sometimes messed up that separation.
Citigroup: Something Big and Fundamental Has Changed in Markets
Strategist points to increasing concentration and one-way positioning as factors behind current liquidity woes.
As RCAP Shares Crash, Cetera Recruiting and Retention Could Suffer
The firm's stock has plummeted 80% this year; the reorganization news isn't helping.
Morgan Stanley Q2 Wealth Profits Up 20% as Advisor Headcount Falls
CEO Gorman said the advisor recruiting environment was "pretty stable" and that the firm was unlikely to pursue an acquisition.
New Hire Roundup: Ex-CBO Chief Elmendorf Back at Brookings
Meanwhile, Royal Alliance adds Quincy Group; MarketCounsel beefs up staff with three new lawyers.
Presidential Candidate O’Malley Unleashes Wall Street Crackdown Manifesto
The 10-page manifesto by former Gov. Martin O'Malley of Maryland promises to boost regulators' budgets and punish misbehaving banks more harshly.
Greece “No” Vote on Bailout has Wide Implications
Last Sunday Greeks took to the polls and delivered a strong vote against a continuation of troika-imposed austerity measures.
Focus Financial Adds $1B RIA in Chicago
Also, Raymond James adds a $390 million independent-employee group in Beaufort, S.C., from Wells Fargo.
Krawcheck: Want to Shrink Your Business? Ignore Women
“The retirement crisis is a women's crisis,” Sallie Krawcheck says, as some 80% of men die married, and 80% of women die single.
New Hire Roundup: Advisor Software Adds Nguyen as Chief Technology Officer
Meanwhile, Hartford Funds announced that Tom Scanlan, Tom Monks and Nick Hammer have joined as advisor consultants.