Recruiting

Advisor headcount at Oppenheimer & Co has fallen to 1,233, down by 91 advisors from the prior year. Image: Fotolia
Amid Falling Profits, Advisors Bolt from Oppenheimer
The brokerage firm, which has been hit with millions in regulatory fines in recent years, lost another 91 FAs.
Credit Suisse lost advisors managing a combined $4.1 billion in assets to J.P. Morgan and William Blair. Meanwhile, a Wells Fargo team that had over $2 million in annual fees and commissions left the wirehouse for Raymond James. Read More »
Chet Helck resurfaces on the regional B-D's board after retiring from his CEO post at Raymond James two years ago. Read More »
A team and solo practitioner made the jump between wirehouses. Read More »
Three advisors, two of whom have prior experience at Bear Stearns, joined RBC from rival Jefferies. Read More »
Anna Snider, who previously led the firm's Global Equity Due Diligence team within Investment Management & Guidance, succeeds Brian Partridge. Read More »
Some advisors with less than five years in practice have achieved remarkable results. Here are some of their secrets. Read More »
The group, Hoyt, Lewis, traces its roots to Waddell & Reed before joining LPL. Read More »
A recruit with more than 30 years experience moves his independent practice to Wells Fargo. Read More »
The wirehouse veterans left to join Raymond James' employee channel. Read More »
The group made the move over to the employee side of Wells Fargo. Read More »
Naureen Hassan, who oversaw Charles Schwab's Intelligent Portfolios Service, will lead Morgan Stanley's strategy for digital tools and platforms. Read More »
Former Merrill Lynch advisors launch a new office with IHT Wealth Management. Read More »
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