Updated Sunday, April 26, 2015 as of 7:36 AM ET
Merrill Lands $4M Producers From J.P. Morgan
The group was responsible for about $425 million in client assets.
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The wealth management industry has long been characterized by a lack of diversity. After the success of Raymond James' Women Advisors Network, though, a group of advisors and branch managers at the firm has launched a Black Financial Advisors Network. more »
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Recruits from Edward Jones, Morgan Stanley and Barclays leave for the wirehouse. more »
Both wealth managers, who left UBS, also had a combined $289 million in client assets before making the move, RBC said. more »
Three advisors left the wirehouse to join the independent brokerage network at Wells Fargo. more »
The move marks HighTower's fifth recruiting grab this year, totaling about $2 billion in client assets. more »
Three wirehouse advisors joined RBC to open a new branch office. more »
Quartet of advisors with $175M in AUM joins Raymond James' independent operation. more »
The firm picked up three recruits from the wirehouse and New York brokerage. more »
The giant IBD is focused on recruiting more than acquisitions, says new president Dan Arnold. more »
The wirehouse recruited three advisors from rivals Merrill Lynch and UBS. more »
The wirehouse lost the team to HighTower, and a former Wedbush executive jumped to a $2.6 billion RIA. See these and other moves in our latest recruiting roundup. more »
A Charles Schwab advisor left the firm where he managed about $350 million in client assets, according to a firm spokesman. more »
Advisors on the Move: Morgan Stanley Loses $750M Team
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