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Cetera Advisor Networks today announced that company CEO Jack Handy will retire February 28 after joining the firm in April.
The Financial Planning Coalition has endorsed President Barack Obama’s nomination of Mary Jo White as chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, calling it a "strong statement in support...
The Securities and Exchange Commission is holding a National Compliance Outreach Program that’s to serve as a forum for discussing effective compliance practices for broker-dealers.
Credit rating company Egan-Jones today consented to a Securities and Exchange Commission order that it be barred for 18 months from rating asset-backed and government securities.
Former Senator Ben Nelson Named CEO of NAIC Former Senator Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) has been appointed as chief executive officer of the National Association of Insurance...
Advisors' product recommendations for achieving retirement income can depend upon what channel they work in, according to a new survey.
Monarch Retirement Group has joined Commonwealth Financial Network, bringing with it $250 million in client assets, company official said today.
Focus Financial Partners LLC announced moves by four of its partner firms have added $450 million in assets under management to its network.
Raymond James & Associates sweetens commissions for employee advisors.
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