Staffing

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UBS Chair Sees Challenging 2024 After 'Easy' Cuts Done

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The Zurich-based bank posted a net loss of $785 million for the three months to September.

Goldman Sachs Raided By Recruiters In Wall Street Fight For AI Talent

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The world's biggest banks have slowly begun experimenting more with artificial intelligence in recent months.

Morgan Stanley Taps Finn To Run $4.8 Trillion Wealth Business

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Finn, 45, has been a close lieutenant of co-President Andy Saperstein.

Citigroup Cuts Over 300 Senior Manager Roles In Latest Restructuring

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The bank has said the job cuts may continue around the globe into next year.

Work-From-Home Jobs Good For Companies' Revenue Growth, Study Says

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Public companies that were fully flexible on remote work increased sales 21% between 2020 and 2022.

Targeted Marketing, Team Approach Are Keys To Wealth Management Success, Bluespring Says

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Financial firms may not survive on referrals alone, said COO Angela Osborne.

Organic Growth Suffered In 2022, Fidelity Says

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In a shaky market, advisors focused more on holding current clients' hands than growing.

Advisors Have To Be Adept At Running A Business

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Time constraints keep many advisors from being successful business owners.

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.

Founders Beware: Younger Advisors Are Leaving

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The next generation of advisors may be looking to find a new firm.

Schwab Lays Off Up To 2,000 Employees, Reports Say

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The company signaled its intention to eliminate jobs in an SEC filing this past summer.

LPL Adds 462 Advisors During Quarter, Beats Analyst Estimates

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The firm also saw a decline in cash balances from last year.

Morgan Stanley's Ted Pick Will Succeed James Gorman As CEO

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Pick has been credited with spurring a revival in the firm's trading business.

Advisor Specialization Key To Revenue Growth, Michael Kitces Says

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Increasing knowledge is more important than increasing client counts, he said.

Sallie Krawcheck On What Defines Good Leadership

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Hiring a diverse staff and treating employees well are among the most important traits, she said.

Goldman Earmarks Extra $690 Million For Pay In Bid To Stem Staff Angst

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Goldman Sachs boosted the portion of revenue it pays out to workers in the third quarter.

American Work-From-Home Rates Drop To Lowest Since The Pandemic

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Fewer than 26% of households now have someone working remotely.

New York City's Finance Jobs Still At Highest Level In 20 Years

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Job counts remain high even as the security industry's earnings and revenue have softened.

Family Office Pitcairn Names Head Of Wealth Management

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J. Matthew McCarte has been with the Jenkintown, Pa.-based firm for 25 years.

Mid-Career Advisors Might Be LPL's Next Acquisition Target

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The firm's recent expansion of its liquidity and succession program to external advisories may be just the beginning.

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