One-time dip in earning reflects moves to prepare for lower corporate tax rate in 2018 and beyond.
ST. LOUIS, December 18, 2017 – Stifel Financial Corp. (NYSE: SF) today announced it has been named 2017 U.S. Mid-Market…
Scott Madison, 16-year veteran with roots at Credit Suisse, Barclays and successor firm Stifel, joined the Thundering Herd this week.
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.
Independent advisory firms, broker-dealers, and regionals that were hiring steadily from wirehouses have the most to lose if the big firms protect their flanks through litigation.
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.
St. Louis-based firm in the past week hired producers who were working separately for the wirehouse in Florida, Montana and New York.
Alabama advisor who reports no outside business on his BrokerCheck pays $750,000 in federal and state fines for illegally importing deer to his ranch from Indiana.
Arbitrators uphold Hilltop Securities’ claim of criminal computer crime in imposing damages against San Diego brokers who jumped to Stifel.