Real Estate Investors Looking to Buy More, Higher Priced Houses
Nearly half of real estate investors plan to buy four or more houses this year, a Visio survey says.
New Hire Roundup: SEC Names Grim Director of Investment Management
Meanwhile, Merrill has created a retirement income and investment team and a Mercatus fellow has been named chief economist for House Financial Services.
Morgan Stanley, Raymond James Recruit Big Teams From Rivals
In addition, Cetera Advisors says it is now providing services to a large group that advises pro athletes.
BofA Said to Face SEC Probe Over Customer Protection Rules
Bank of America is being investigated by the SEC over whether it broke rules designed to safeguard customer accounts, according to the Wall Street Journal.
15 Cheapest States for Long-Term Care Costs: 2015
The old saw about “what goes up must come down” obviously wasn’t coined by someone thinking about the costs of long-term care.
Focus Adds Wealth Group in Canada; United Capital Picks Up 2 Firms
Each firm acquires groups of advisors with more than $600 million in client assets.
New Hire Roundup: Blundell Joins Northern Trust’s International Wealth Advisory Group
Meanwhile, Rick Golod is now chief global strategist at Behringer, and Marie Swift has joined the Wealthminder advisory board.
LPL Names Arnold to President's Slot
He replaces Robert Moore, who is joining an advisory firm in Chicago.
SEC Enforcement: Former Polycom Owner Faked Expense Reports
Meanwhile, two longtime friends were accused of an insider trading scheme involving kickbacks.
Should Parents Sacrifice Retirement Saving For College Tuition?
An undergraduate degree from a respected university—it's all but a necessity in today's job market, and post-undergrad education is becoming common even among entry-level applicants.