D.A. Davidson closed on its acquisition of a small brokerage firm, adding 36 advisors to its ranks, according to a spokeswoman.
The deal is the industry's latest in a string of acquisitions and mergers announced over the past year, which saw larger European firms like Barclays and Credit Suisse exit the U.S. wealth management industry.
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