Wirehouse Fees & Commissions: Who’s On Top? — Q2 2014
In the second quarter, Merrill lost its spot as the wirehouse with the top-producing reps.
New Hire Roundup: NASDAQ OMX Names Wittman Head of Equities
Also, Kira Bazile joined North Street Global as president, and Citi Private Bank announced changes in its family office leadership.
SEC Charges San Diego Firm, Execs in Kickback Scheme
SEC charged a San Diego-based investment advisory firm, two executives and another employee for misleading investors and breaching their fiduciary duties.
10 Most Expensive Streets in the World: Billionaire’s Row
Billionaires are buying homes on top streets around the world for record prices, according to data from consultant Knight Frank published by Billionaire.
Advisors Crave More Control Over Asset Management: Aite
'Clearly, advisors crave more control in the asset-management process,' says the Aite Group's report, 'Managing Wealth: Advisor Perspectives on Investment Products and Fee Business.'
5 Best & Worst Broker-Dealers: Q2 Earnings
Brokerage firms in the second quarter boosted earnings growth as high as 470% and reported declines as low as 383% — AdvisorOne selected a lucky 10 for scrutiny.
Why a List of the 50 Top Women in Wealth?
Recognizing accomplished women in and around wealth management is both appropriate and important.
AdvisorOne Launches Frontiers of Investing Webinar Series
On Wednesday, Jan. 26, AdvisorOne’s editors are launching the first in a four-part free Webinar series on where, and how, advisors should be investing now to enhance return while managing risk.
Wealthy Group ‘Alarmed’ by Tax Cut Deal; 17 Billionaires Join Gates, Buffett's Pledge
In the midst of the furor over President Obama’s tax cut deal with the Republicans, a group of wealthy Americans has come out against extending the Bush-era tax cuts for high income individuals, and Warren Buffett and Bill Gates had 17 more billionaires join their pledge to give away their...
SEC Funding Needs to Change
An SEC that takes in nearly half a billion dollars more than Congress grants it is not as strong as Congress could make it.