Raymond James Loses a $200M Rep, but Keeps 90% of MK Advisors
One recruiter says he is quite "surprised" at the retention level given the competitive compensation environment. Private Client Group President Tash Elwyn was upbeat about the firm's retention efforts.
New Hire Roundup: Putnam Adds Three; Wagner Retires From BlackRock, Joins Board
This week in new hires, David Scheetz, Edward Deeds and James Axford joined Putnam Investments; and Susan Wagner retired as vice chairwoman of BlackRock and was named to its board.
Branch Manager’s Cowboy Call: ‘Can You Ride for the Brand?’
Hard-driving, competitive, goal-focused, Keith A. Vanderveen, president of the home region of Wells Fargo Advisors’ Private Client Group, does not mince words.
New Hire Roundup: TD Ameritrade Institutional Welcomes Gaze
This week in new hires, Christine Gaze joined TD Ameritrade Institutional, Robert Bernstein went to Windham Capital and Raymond James confirmed the appointment of John Carson as president of its board.
TD Ameritrade Taps Morgan Stanley Exec for Training Post
Former-Merrill Lynch advisor Christine Gaze will be a director of practice management for affiliated RIAs.
New Hire Roundup: Dowling & Yahnke Advance 4; Key Private Bank Launches Delaware Trust
Among the hiring action this week: Dowling & Yahnke announced four promotions; Key Private Bank launched a Delaware trust company; Patrick Goshtigian joined EP Wealth Advisors; Jane Bachmann and Eugene Miller went to Citi Private Bank.
Top 10 Trends in Wealth Management for 2012
Whither wealth management? The industry will continue to undergo radical changes that began in 2008, says Aite Group in a detailed report.
2011 Advisor Hall of Fame
Welcome to Research Magazine's Advisor Hall of Fame, now in its 21st year. This eagerly anticipated annual feature has become a benchmark of excellence in our industry and an example to all of the rewards that result from effort and integrity.
Wells Fargo Settles With SEC on Wachovia; Zuni Tribe, Investors to Get $7.4 Million
The SEC said Tuesday that Wells Fargo agreed to pay more than $11 million to settle charges that Wachovia engaged in misconduct in the sale of two CDOs.
Ben Edwards Opens 12th Branch
The brokerage firm adds five advisors, including some from Wells Fargo, in Danbury, Conn.