Stifel offloaded the IBD it bought last year in anticipation of the Department of Labor's fiduciary rule, CEO Ron Kruszewski said.
The company, which reported falling profits as part of its second quarter earnings, sold the independent broker-dealer it acquired as part of its purchase of Sterne Agee, a Birmingham, Ala.-based brokerage and investment bank.
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