In wirehouse-to-wirehouse move, brokers in Atlanta and suburban Cleveland jumped over the long weekend to Morgan Stanley, while Stifel landed a $1 billion-asset team in Fort Worth.
UBS Group AG warned that the worst may not be over after clients pulled $13 billion in assets during a market meltdown in the final months of 2018.
A data leak revealed last week at BlackRock Inc. exposed names, email addresses and other information of about 20,000 advisers who are clients of the asset manager, including 12,000 at LPL Financial, the largest U.S. independent broker dealer.
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BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest asset manager, inadvertently posted confidential information about thousands of financial advisor clients on its website.
Morgan Stanley boosted Chief Executive Officer James Gorman’s compensation by 7.4 percent to $29 million for 2018.
The “top” Indiana producer who admitted to $2 million of client overcharges get another temporary reprieve.
Reorganizes Wells Fargo Advisors’ management structure in “simplification” move aimed at decreasing bureaucracy and reducing costs.
Wells Fargo Advisors is offering as much as 275% of 12-month revenue to producers around $500,000 and 325% to those at $500,000 and above.
Citi Private Bank, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley and BNP Paribas’s Bank of the West have all started special Silicon Valley programs for the offspring of their most valuable clients, providing exclusive access to startups and tech investors, along, of course, with time to unwind and network at a local watering hole.