Updated Thursday, November 27, 2014 as of 8:03 AM ET
Can the Industry Solve Its Diversity Problem?
The industry needs to do more to reflect the diversity of its client base, said the industry's top executives in our special report, the State of Wealth Management.
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UBS sought damages for breach of employment contract; an ex-UBS advisor countered that he brought in $20 million in net new assets. more »
A Merrill Lynch advisor has left the wirehouse to join UBS Private Wealth Management. more »
Advisors from Morgan Stanley, with combined assets of more than $387 million, made the move to Merrill Lynch. more »
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 »
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