Broker in Oregon joins Wells after regional career while Wells vet in North Carolina says he is done with wirehouses.
Greenville, SC, advisor with 35 years of experience shifts to a practice that younger colleagues from Wells started last April.
The Federal Reserve’s severe order freezing assets at the bank company should not limit recruiting efforts nor client account growth, the bank tells advisors.
The Federal Reserve just devised a harsh new punishment after Wells Fargo & Co. landed in scandal after scandal — one that may haunt every big bank.
Wells Fargo & Co. agreed to disclose the gaps between what it pays men and women as well as disparities for minority groups, a spokeswoman said.
Picking a winner in the Super Bowl can feel like a crap shoot, but if you ask Wall Street’s rocket scientists they’ll tell you the smart money’s on the New England Patriots.
Austin-based independent broker-dealer names Kris Chester, a former bank treasury office executive, as chief operating officer.
Wealth unit of the California banking giant shows signs of recovery despite lingering fake-account issues in other parts of the company.
California pair have cost Wells some $8.4 million in arbitration settlements to date.
Wells’ multi-channel brokerage structure (indie, employee and bank) positions it well against wirehouse competitors in new recruiting environment, executive says.