Updated Thursday, October 30, 2014 as of 8:17 AM ET
Where is Edward Jones' James Weddle Looking for New Recruits?
Edward Jones Managing Partner James Weddle says the firm grows organically, recruiting from colleges and even the military for new advisors.
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The independent broker-dealer has added former LPL affiliate Nelson & Nelson Wealth Management of Camarillo, Calif. more »
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management has hired Jason Dudley from Morgan Stanley as a director and regional executive for the firm's Atlanta Private Client Services office. more »
A Wells Fargo advisor team that managed $200 million in assets has left to join Steward Partners, an independent firm founded a year ago by former wirehouse managers. more »
Latest Morgan Stanley advisor additions around the country bring a combined $565M in AUM and over $3M in revenue. more »
Merrill Lynch grows its Chicago presence by hiring UBS team with $500M in AUM and nearly $5M in revenue. more »
Expanding its advisor ranks, small broker-dealer Jefferies announced the hire of a rio of Barclays veterans that bring a focus on REITs and MLPs. more »
Caleb Brown and Michael Kitces, founders of New Planner Recruiting, have launched of a new website that focuses exclusively on job opportunities with independent financial planning firms. more »
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management lured away a managing director from J.P. Morgan. more »
Stifel Financial brings in a veteran Morgan Stanley advisor for a newly created client office in West Chester, Pa. more »
Waddell & Reed picked up an advisor from rival Edward Jones. more »
Wealth management advisory work has evolved from the retail brokerage days of the 1980s, when advisors were considered salespeople. more »
A Morgan Stanley advisor duo with $213 million in AUM has left the wirehouse to join RBC Wealth Management. more »
A former UBS broker was ordered to pay back the wirehouse $1.75 million of his recruiting bonus – the third such million-dollar judgment against him this year. more »
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