Updated Thursday, October 2, 2014 as of 8:38 AM ET
Raymond James Grabs Million-Dollar Producer
Raymond James & Associates recruited a wirehouse advisor who generated over $1 million in revenue, managing more than $120 million in assets.
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Wunderlich Securities is growing, picking up Dominick & Dominick, a New York-based brokerage firm with a long history on Wall Street. more »
D.A. Davidson Companies announced that Jim Kerr would replace Bill Johnstone as CEO effective January 2015. more »
FINRA has issued a long-awaited regulatory notice outlining the proposal for a controversial data-sharing system known as CARDS, asking for comments from the industry and other stakeholders. more »
At an advisor summit, the industry group urges members to reach out individually to lawmakers to fight regulatory plans. more »
Raymond James' annual Women's Symposium, to be held Oct. 8, is due to feature leading women in the financial services industry, including Sallie Krawcheck. more »
Four Wells Fargo advisors have left the wirehouse to join Benjamin Edwards, opening the regional broker-dealer's 49th office. more »
Raymond James has landed a former UBS advisor with more than $125 million in client assets and more than $800,000 in annual fees and commissions. more »
Morgan Stanley lures highly lucrative talent from Merrill Lynch while Washington Wealth Management grabs advisors from RBC and Wells Fargo plucks four from UBS. Here are the most recent moves among wirehouse advisors. more »
Consumer and industry advocates are criticizing FINRA over its alternative to a proposal that would have required recruiting firms to disclose advisor compensation incentives to clients when moving between brokerages. more »
Washington Wealth crests $1 billion in AUM by adding Martucci Adams Wealth Advisors of Salt Lake City. more »
Wealth management firms look to grow the bottom line out West. "Everybody is trying to get bigger in the marketplace. And those who aren't present here want to enhance their presence," says Bill Willis, a Los Angeles-based recruiter. more »
Morgan Stanley grabbed an advisor team managing $1.1 billion in assets. But the wirehouse isn't the only firm recruiting top talent. See these and all the latest hires, moves and promotions among wirehouse advisors. more »
Janney Montgomery Scott replaces wealth management products chief David Penn, as he steps down to become a financial advisor. more »
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