Alleges that six-broker team in Illinois that joined Stifel two months ago lied about their possession of client-contact data—violating their employment contracts and their new firm’s “Non-Protocol Transition Guide.”
Jed Horowitz is a veteran financial journalist, having spent more than three decades covering brokerage firms, commercial banks, equities and futures exchanges, investment banking and regulation as a reporter and editor. He has worked at Reuters, Dow Jones, Bloomberg, McGraw-Hill, American Banker and Investment News, and edited magazines for financial advisers, corporate treasurers and investors. He began his professional life writing elementary school textbooks and creating games, riddles and stories for a children’s magazine. He is the proud father of two daughters, giving him great insight into the millennial generation.