When Bank of America Corp. gave its U.S. Trust advisors notice in February that they were subject to "garden leave restrictions" if they left the company, it initially sent shock waves through the industry.
That's because wealth management firms largely follow a broker protocol, whereby an advisor cultivates a personal relationship with clients and has ownership of their business.
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