UBS is making almost no changes to its 2016 comp plan, while Wells Fargo is incentivizing its brokers to either grow their small household accounts or give them up, according to people familiar with the firms' plans.

Both firms unveiled the plans on Thursday to their more than 22,000 advisors in total.

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