Updated Sunday, February 1, 2015 as of 8:45 PM ET
'Golden Age' for Advisors ... and Headhunters?
Recruiters see a banner year for advisor moves, likening the landscape to a seller's market.
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Recruiting activity will intensify as seven-year contracts begin to expire. Is now the time to cut a deal? Headhunters weigh in. more »
Raymond James & Associates recruited advisors from Oppenheimer & Co. and Wells Fargo Advisors, each with close to $1 million in revenue. more »
The claim represents more than half the awards handed out by the regulator against advisors so far this month. more »
Two wirehouse advisors generating $1.3 million in annual revenues joined RBC Wealth Management. more »
The regional broker-dealer lands three new recruits for its employee channel, including one who managed more than $100 million AUM. more »
The asset management firm made the new hires during a recruiting push in the last quarter. more »
Two Merrill Lynch advisors left the wirehouse for independent firm Snowden Lane Partners. more »
Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman's compensation package for last year includes a $4.44 million stock bonus, down 13% from his 2013 award. more »
When does it make sense to buy your list of clients? Attorney Alan Foxman explains. more »
The seven-member group left Morgan Stanley to join Wells Fargo. more »
Raymond James lured away a Morgan Stanley advisor managing more than $85 million in client assets. more »
Client assets top $2 trillion, although representative head count is down 2.3% on the year. more »
Jones' football prospects are certainly bright. But what about his hoped-for career as a financial advisor? more »
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