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Brokerages Boost Cash Sweep Account Rates To Quiet Outflows, Lawsuits

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Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch have used earnings calls to publicize changes. Is LPL next?

Schwab Shares Fall As New Brokerage Accounts Miss Estimates

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Investors soured on Schwab last year after the Federal Reserve rapidly increased interest rates.

Bain Capital Reportedly In Advanced Talks To Buy Envestnet

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Takeover rumors have swirled around Envestnet for several years.

Former Sanctuary CEO Dickson Among Founders Of New RIA Aggregator

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Industry veterans Jim Dickson and Mark Penske raised money from family offices for the launch.

Fidelity Adds New Features To Platform With Envestnet's Help

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The firms want to integrate the tech offerings they've built and cut down on the multiple portals.

The Overhyped Move To Subscription Fees

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Clients might want a different deal. So why does the AUM model remain so entrenched?

Advisors Who Go Independent Hold On To 86% Of Clients, Schwab Survey Says

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The study found that advisors considering independence now have a wide variety of options to consider.

Charles Schwab To Roll Out Alternatives Platform For Qualified Investors

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The new platform would be available for qualified, self-directed investors with more than $5 million in assets.

Finra Rules Ex-RJ Advisor Owes $2.6M After Selling Firm, Poaching Clients Back

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Nicole Sennett was accused of poaching clients after a business sale turned acrimonious.

Jon Beatty To Succeed Bernie Clark At Helm Of Schwab Advisor Services

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Tom Bradley was named chief client officer for Schwab's advisor services business.

TD Investors Meet As Probe, CEO Succession Fuel Frustration

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The bank's shareholders meeting comes as the firm contends with a probe into its anti-money-laundering controls.

Schwab Revenue Tops Estimates Even As Net New Assets Decline

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The Westlake, Texas-based firm reported $4.74 billion in net revenue for the three months though March.

You Can't 'Legislate Good Behavior': What Advisors Really Think About The DOL Rule

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Few in the advisory industry view the fiduciary proposal as a cure-all.

Ex-Merrill Advisor Thrives As She Takes Coaching, Subscription Fees To Mass Market

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Shannon McLay decided early in her career that the size of her clients' bank accounts didn't matter.

Altruist Offers Cash Account Product

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Altruist Cash allows advisors to offer clients an annual percentage yield of 5.10%, the custodian said.

70% Of Advisors Are Considering Changing Platforms

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But only 17% are actively evaluating and expect to make changes in 2025 or 2026.

Hightower Counters Ex-Advisor Lawsuit, Says He Stole Company Secrets, Misappropriated Funds

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Hightower says Lars Knudsen was violating his post-sale agreements and creating a hostile work environment.

Hightower Hit With Another Lawsuit From Affiliated Advisor

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Telos Investment alleges Hightower breached its contract and poached its clients to inflate its potential sale price.

Fidelity's Abby Johnson Tightens Grip On Far-Flung Family Empire

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A decade into her reign, Johnson is reasserting control over the fund giant's London outpost. Heads are rolling.

Raymond James Names Shoukry President And Successor CEO To Paul Reilly

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Paul Shoukry, the firm's chief financial officer, will take the CEO reins from Paul Reilly in fiscal 2025.

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