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Credit unions generated more revenue from investment sales based on deposits than did banks large enough to own their broker dealer.
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Shane Hiller, who joined Umpqua a year ago to build the bank's high-net-worth business in San Francisco, rejoined his former employer as director and private banker.
Both were booted from the brokerage industry for misappropriating customer funds.
First-quarter revenue from the programs climbed 4.2% to $142 million from $136.3 million a year earlier, according to Michael White Associates.
The North Charleston-based credit union chose CUSO Financial Services to expand its 18-year-old investment program.
Brendan John Osweiler was barred this week for attempting to swindle an elderly customer, according to FINRA.
The brokerage and insurance units of Compass Bank were ordered to cough up money to compensate an elderly couple for duping them into buying one too many annuities.
Barry Milinovich was expelled for allegedly stealing $10,100 from a bank customer's savings account.
The new "SendMyDocs" app helps clients who live far from their bank or credit union as well as the advisors trying to serve them.
The executive appears to fill a position vacated by a former JP Morgan private banker who left after three months on the job.
Of the three principal wealth management business lines, brokerage services grew the most, with revenue jumping 22.2% year-over-year.
The decline was caused by the loss of revenue the bank incurred from selling RidgeWorth Capital Management, its asset management firm, in the second quarter.
Trust services generated $129.9 million in revenue, up 4% year-over-year, driven by net new business and seasonal tax preparation fees.
The Asset Management Group generated $362 million in second-quarter revenue, up 6% year-over-year, the bank announced Wednesday.
The Honolulu-based credit union chose CUSO Financial Services to help expand its brokerage program.