Updated Sunday, November 23, 2014 as of 12:13 PM ET
Advisors With $387M AUM Join Merrill
Advisors from Morgan Stanley, with combined assets of more than $387 million, made the move to Merrill Lynch.
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Advisors from Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo were elected to IMCA's board of directors. more »
Stifel Financial hired a new branch manager who previously worked for Merrill Lynch. more »
A Morgan Stanley branch manager left the wirehouse to join Raymond James & Associates and help with the firm's expansion plans. more »
A FINRA arbitration panel ordered an ex-Merrill Lynch advisor to pay his former employer more than $400,000 in damages. more »
The wirehouse said it scooped up two advisors from rivals Raymond James and J.P. Morgan. more »
Two advisors have left J.P. Morgan Private Bank to join Barclays' wealth management division in Palm Beach, Fla. more »
Raymond James & Associates lured away one advisor who generated $2 million in production. more »
J.P. Morgan has lost advisors to its rivals, including a team with nearly $1 billion in AUM. Meanwhile, RBC Wealth Management has recruited several advisor teams managing more than $350 million in assets. more »
The wirehouse is set to increase deferred comp for its advisors in 2015. more »
Janet Robinson is the first woman to join the 8-member board of the independent firm founded by wirehouse managers and affiliated with Raymond James Financial Services. more »
Worries about a tidal wave of retiring advisors may be overblown, say some wealth management executives. more »
The St. Louis-based firm said that Reed, Gates, Strait Wealth Management Group has joined the company with an office in Lexington, Ky. more »
RBC enticed away a Merrill Lynch team managing $103 million in assets. more »
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