Wells Fargo’s seesaw battle to rebuild its advisor force yields three million-dollar teams from rivals in California and Vermont despite net erosion in headcount.
Class-action filing alleges that UBS failed to properly notify clients of its 2014 decision to freeze investment accounts of U.S. customers living abroad, and kept interest for itself.
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Wells’ payout penalties on lower-net worth accounts didn’t mesh with West Virginia brokers’ small-town client base.
Lawmakers must approve another round of fiscal stimulus to keep the U.S. economic recovery on track, executives from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Wells Fargo & Co. said Friday.
J.P. Morgan Securities emigrees to RBC have 89 years of experience and a big book of music and entertainment clients, while its new arrivals had been with Morgan Stanley and predecessors for 87 years.
Wirehouse restricts prospecting of E*Trade customers to network of around 500 “high-quality” teams that already receive referrals from its workplace plan businesses.
Wells Fargo Advisors’ brokerage force fell by a net 390 in the third quarter, due largely to layoffs of “salary-and-bonus” advisors, a spokeswoman said.
The advisory teams First Republic has been attracting from traditional brokers helped drive a 20% increase in third-quarter assets.