BofA-Merrill Moves to Settle Lawsuit With Black Brokers
The lawsuit, which alleges discrimination and was initiated in 2005, could be resolved for a reported $160 million as early as Tuesday.
3 Mission-Critical Questions for Advisors
Ted LeClair, a Navy Reserve commander and head of Natixis’ Advisor Academy, says advisors should ask themselves three questions before setting out on a mission...
JPMorgan Tops M&A Charts for Q1
BofA comes in third as Morgan Stanley sees its mergers business drop, according to Mergermarket.
Top Posts at Broker-Dealers See Big Changes
LPL, Morgan Stanley and Raymond James all announced big moves recently.
2012 a Model Year for 401(k) Savings: BofA Merrill
Screaming headlines about 401(k) enrollees raiding their retirement savings are au courant these days, but a Merrill study of its own 2.5 million plan participants found markedly positive results.
PIMCO’s Gross QE4 Warning: Here Be Inflationary Dragons
PIMCO bond guru Bill Gross leads the charge in expressing all the inflation fears that the Fed unleashed with its December QE4 announcement.
Merrill Grabs Morgan Stanley Exec to Run Annuities, Insurance
Michael Maghani, a 30-year industry veteran, was previously with Citi, UBS and other firms
Three Advisors, Three Stories
When Louis Berger and his partner founded their RIA, Washington Square Capital Management, in New York City in 2009, they had to adjust their mindset.
Fiscal Cliff Is Higher Than You Think: BofA-Merrill
Taxpayers may have to leap off the fiscal cliff on Jan. 1, 2013, unless Obama and Congress act together.
Merrill Loses Four Advisors to Wells Fargo
The departures come on the heels of news that BofA is selling some operations to Julius Baer and firing some U.S. Trust managers.