Washington State advisor at RBC who beat Morgan Stanley’s restraining order in court loses a battle to keep client data in arbitration.
Raleigh, N.C., team that had been with Merrill and Bank of America for 20 years, takes implied digs at the firm in statement approved by RBC.
Broker in Oregon joins Wells after regional career while Wells vet in North Carolina says he is done with wirehouses.
Raymond James matches 12-year broker with Morgan Keegan sales associate to form new team while a trio with 67 years behind them at Advest and Wells joins RBC.
Tally of brokers who accelerated jumps from UBS under protection of Protocol includes a four-person team near Pittsburgh and an Oregon team that went independent.
Steve Bender leaves his former complex in North Carolina to oversee 15 western Pennsylvania advisors at Stifel, while RBC hires Timothy Woods in Des Moines after his 11 years with UBS.
Mary Sumners, 25-year veteran of Dain/RBC, takes reins of Wells Advisors’ northern region in Minneapolis, sources said.
Five wirehouse veterans who woke up on Thursday managing about $565 million at Morgan Stanley in New York, Texas and Illinois accelerated moves to Stifel and RBC so they wouldn’t have to worry about being sued by their former firm.
Newly aggressive U.S. brokerage unit of Canadian bank hires another big team from a wirehouse.