Updated Sunday, August 2, 2015 as of 6:18 AM ET
Barclays Loses Another: $800M Team Goes to Merrill
Advisors keep slipping away from the regional brokerage while it waits to merge its operations with Stifel.
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A $1.6 million producer left J.P. Morgan to rejoin the Canadian bank's U.S. brokerage. more »
The firm reported solid growth and record advisor productivity in its wealth management business. more »
Recruiting stayed strong as Raymond James reported a 6% increase in quarterly profits for its wealth management unit year over year. more »
Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and other firms have been benefiting from defections from Barclays. But those firms weren’t the only winners in the competition for top talent. See these moves and more in our latest recruiting roundup. more »
The bank generated $97 million in second-quarter revenue from its brokerage, trust and insurance operations, up 7.8% year-over-year. more »
Three recruits from the wirehouses join the hybrid RIA Washington Wealth. more »
Holding special events and activities for clients can strengthen relationships with wealthy individuals in your business, as long as advisors keep within compliance. more »
Will the trickle of advisors leaving Barclays for rival firms turn into a flood? more »
Tash Elwyn, president of Raymond James & Associates, says recent recruiting milestones have "triggered a number of inquiries" from advisors thinking of making a move. more »
The moves represent another blow to Barclays, which lost five advisors in advance of a pending deal to sell its U.S. wealth management operations to Stifel. more »
The bank looked to one of its own to replace the current wealth management and insurance division head. more »
More than 20 advisors managing nearly $3 billion in assets joined Merrill Lynch in June. One team had more than $750 million in AUM. But the wirehouse wasn't the only winner last month in the competition for top talent. See these moves and more in our latest recruiting roundup. more »
Advisors aren't so happy this year, in particular due to changes in comp plans and subpar leadership, according to the new J.D. Power study. more »
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