Compensation

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Top-Earning U.S. Men See Wage Growth After 35 Even As Others See It Fade

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Incomes surged by roughly 435% between ages 25 and 35 among the highest-earning group.

Family Office Finds Success With Flat Fee Structure

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Alpha Capital Family Office has eschewed asset-based fees for its ultra-nigh-net-worth clients.

Advisors: Be Careful Charging Clients To Keep Cash In Low-Interest Sweep Accounts

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One consultant said he has seen advisors charge clients advisory fees that are higher than what they earn in these idle accounts.

SEC Warns Investors To ‘Do The Math' On Advisor Subscription Fees

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The fees may seem cheap, but they can gradually eat away an investment account, the SEC said.

Advantage Goes To Advisors

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Advisors have the upper hand in the broker-dealer recruiting wars.

The Real Career Path

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Careers begin where career tracks end.

SEC Safeguarding Proposal Would Hurt Investors, 26 Trade Groups Say

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The draft proposal erects barriers to annuities and other product sales, the coalition argues.

Merrill Lynch Sued By Former Advisor For Alleged Gender Discrimination

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The woman accused a male supervisor of "actively sabotaging" her career.

SEC Warns Investors To 'Do The Math' On Advisor Subscription Fees

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The fees may seem cheap, but can gradually eat away an investment account, the SEC said.

Future VC Equity Contracts Anything But Simple For Taxes

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These investment agreements don't have the benefit of clear IRS guidance, advisors say.

Changing Of The Guard

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The time you start building a business is the time you must start thinking about how to get out.

Wells Fargo To Pay $35M Penalty For Overcharging Advisory Clients

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The bank sometimes failed to implement promised reductions to advisory fees, the SEC said.

LPL's Top Advisors Earn Three Times More Than Their Peers, Study Finds

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The number one trait of top earners is that they operate like CEOs, the broker-dealer said.

U.S. Women Have Lost $61T To Gender Pay Gap Since 1960s, Study Says

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The gap adds up to a loss of $9,954 in wages per year for full-time, year-round female workers.

U.S. Family Offices Top Pay Ranks With $1 Million CIO Salaries

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About 40% of CIOs for U.S. family offices are paid at least $1 million annually, a new report says.

Reg BI Compliance Isn't 'Check The Box,' Gensler Warns

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Complex products top the Reg BI exam list, regulators said at Finra's annual conference.

JPMorgan Persuades Influential Critic To Back Its Executive Pay

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Proxy advisr Institutional Shareholder Services suggested a “cautionary vote” in favor of the bank's pay decisions.

Goldman To Pay $215 Million To End Case On Underpaying Women

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A class of about 2,800 women agreed to settle the lawsuit about a month before it was set to go to trial.

House Panel Challenges DOL On Independent Contractor Rule

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The “enforcer” of California's contractor rule faces a rocky confirmation hearing for Labor Secretary tomorrow.

Wirehouse Compensation Plans Must Change, Survey Says

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A Cerulli survey highlights advisor dissatisfaction with plan complexity and frequency of revision.

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