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Wealth management firms target their young ultra-high net worth investors to strengthen ties to keep the clients for decades.
Susan Bradley, founder of the Sudden Money Institute, discusses how advisors can best work with clients who win the lottery or inherit a large sum.
An aging population has forged new partnerships between wealth advisors and health care planners.
Judd Gregg, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association's CEO, discusses what still needs to be done to restore investor confidence in the financial markets.
At the recent FINRA conference, SEC Commissioner Elisse Walter endorsed advisor "gold standard."
Preparation and communication are key to a smooth visit with FINRA.
With a new managed accounts platform, Merrill Lynch advisors will be able to turn to one website instead of five to answer a single client question – “How am I doing?”
A final handshake on Morgan Stanley’s acquisition of Smith Barney will tie up some lingering loose ends, including a smoother clearing process for client assets, for one of the largest wealth management industry deals in the past decade.
Wells Fargo Advisors has hired nine financial advisors from Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and RBC Capital Markets with $1.12 billion in assets under management.
John David “J.D.” Joyce and his team moved to Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network in Houston on May 23.
UBS gave its force of about 7,000 U.S.-based advisors new compensation incentives to use financial plans with clients this year. The plan increases the pay their financial advisors receive when creating those plans, and has resulted in an uptick in their adoption so far this year
Morgan Stanley has turned to Wells Fargo and UBS for new advisor hires for the second time this month.
UBS Wealth Management Americas has picked up a financial advisor from regional wealth management firm Hilliard Lyons with $475 million in assets under management.
Are you a wirehouse advisor with at least $93 million in assets under management? Then you are the kind of advisor asset management distributors most want to reach.
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management has tapped rival wirehouses UBS and Wells Fargo for four advisor hiress with $475 million in client assets under management and $4.5 million in production.
Former U.S. Senator and new SIFMA CEO Judd Gregg tells On Wall Street why the legislation is the wrong type of law.
As the performance of equities markets pushes employee confidence up, financial advisors need to make sure they still wave the caution sign when it comes to their clients’ goals, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
This year, the leading wirehouse and regional wealth management firms took the steps necessary to ensure they reap rewards as markets hit new highs.
Wealth management executives call for more accountability and a new approach to client relationships.