Regional & Wirehouse Brokers

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J.P. Morgan Sues Ex-Advisor, Accuses Him Of Poaching Clients

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The wirehouse alleges Nader Joseph Al-Mooshi is soliciting a group of its clients that is worth $420 million.

The Advice Industry Needs New Blood, Cerulli Says

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The industry could lose 37.5% of advisors to retirement over the next decade, the research firm said.

Schwab Falls On Results As CEO Says No One ‘Kidding Themselves'

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The company's shares tumbled after a year of interest rate hikes hurt its balance sheet.

JPMorgan To Hire This Year Amid Wealth, Dealmaking Revival

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Bucking the trend, the firm wants to add head count.

Private Advisor Group Adds Troy, Mich. Advisor

by FA Staff

Led by Robert Drake, Drake Financial Services manages approximately $100 million in client assets.

Cambridge Launches $1.1B AUA Independent RIA Platform BridgePort

by FA Staff

Advisors can transfer majority or minority ownership stakes in their businesses to the new firm.

Industry Groups Predict DOL Rule Will Fail Again In Court

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The agency is merely repackaging its vacated 2016 fiduciary rule, the Financial Services Institute argued.

Citigroup Offers Partial Early Bonuses To Encourage Staff Departures

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Executives are continuing their restructuring of the Wall Street giant.

Goldman Reshuffles Private Credit In Bid To Double Assets

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The revamp comes as Goldman's rivals scramble to respond to the rise of the new asset class.

Online Brokerage Public Lets Individual Investors Buy Pieces Of Corporate Bonds

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Its retail investors will be able to buy slices of corporate bonds just like they do with stocks.

Wall Street CEOs Head To Washington With Capital-Rule Concerns

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The heads of the biggest U.S. banks want to water down capital rule proposals.

She Went After Epstein Fortune And JPMorgan. Then She Got Fired

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Denise George was the driving force behind three high-profile legal battles involving Jeffrey Epstein.

Morgan Stanley's Wealth Management Arm Draws Fed Scrutiny

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The Fed wants to know about the wealth management arm's measures to prevent money laundering.

The Ex-Goldman Partner Singing And Dancing About Her Retirement

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A star of fixed-income sales at Goldman is now the star of a Manhattan cabaret show.

The Importance Of Being No. 1: It Leads To Business

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Like many other things, people want the best financial advice available.

UBS Seeks To Shed $5 Billion In Rich Clients' Assets

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UBS Group has decided to exit $5 billion in assets it manages for rich customers.

Outgoing Morgan Stanley CEO Gorman Signals He'll Step Down As Chair In 2024

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He said he wanted to clear the way for CEO-elect Ted Pick.

Why RIA Firms Could Start Looking More Like Wirehouses

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All year we've been covering the changing of the guard in the advisory profession, and this issue's cover story continues exploring that topic.

Morgan Stanley's Profit Slides On Investment Bank Slowdown

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The stock was already down 5.5% this year through Tuesday. It declined further on Wednesday.

UBS Adds 2 Philadelphia Teams With $1.7B AUM

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The teams were formerly affiliated with Bernstein Private Wealth Management.

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