After one-year hiatus with SunTrust, Dwight Mathis returns to run Long Island branches for the Thundering Herd while Wells’ Kevin Ortmeyer leaves after 25 years in Illinois for Stifel.
Jeff Crystal, a longtime Morgan Stanley branch manager, is preaching the virtues of working as an independent adviser through a new unit of a company owned by the son of auto-racing mogul Roger Penske.
Wirehouses continue their rush to hire veterans from rivals before their self-imposed recruiting freezes take effect.
New Jersey group with four advisors and $628 million in assets moves to cross-town rival.
Boston-based advisor who once oversaw $1 billion of assets steps away from RIA as regulator initiates investigation of expense-account improprieties.
A group with $3 billion in client assets joins in Chicago and a $1 billion-asset duo jumps in New York as Merrill turns off the spigot on big bonuses.
As Merrill, UBS and Morgan Stanley retreat from costly hiring, field managers at the big firms await new marching orders.
Firm wades back into recruiting for its foreign client business after major reorganization.
Father-son team of Roger and Josh Carter and fellow broker Brad Edgren reportedly manage more than $4.5 billion and produce more than $13 million as private banking brokers.
Merrill curtails expensive signing bonuses for veterans, pilots program to hire early-career brokers who are paid primarily through salaries rather than revenue-based payouts.