Updated Sunday, November 23, 2014 as of 8:22 AM ET

Only Kind Words for a Departing Broker

In an industry dependent on its human capital, no firm wants to see its brokers depart to another company, especially if it is a broker who has been at the same firm for 32 years and amassed some $344 million in client assets.

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Comments (2)
All said and done, Bowling must really be feeling on top of the world to have been acknowledged as a great worker by his ex-firm. Although, he lost out in terms of the Retirement Transition Package,I presume he would have been more than compensated by his new employer. The moral of the story is that good work speaks for itself. You have to give the devil his due.
Posted by tasha123 s | Thursday, October 24 2013 at 12:58PM ET
You might also want to ask your broker which payment is the fastest. Wire Transfer can take weeks while the alternative payment method such as Paypal may process your transaction within minutes.

Posted by KIMMY B | Tuesday, March 11 2014 at 2:14PM ET
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