Staffing

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Swiss Prosecutors Probe Credit Suisse Deal, Job Cuts Seen

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The deal signed last month may reduce the overall workforce by up to 30%.

Merit Financial Advisors: How It Became A Hybrid RIA M&A Powerhouse

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The Atlanta-region firm is on track to add $4 billion to $6 billion in new AUM in 2023 alone.

How Companies Treat Workers Is An Investment Factor, Research Firm Says

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Irrational Capital's work on the "human capital factor" has already been used by some ETFs.

Greg Friedman's Keys To Building A Thriving RIA Business

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The RIA explains strategies that were integral to the success of the two businesses he built and sold.

Work From Home Endures, Defying Pushback From Bosses Like Dimon

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The latest data suggests that partially empty office towers may remain that way.

Wall Street Eases Hiring Freeze In Grab For Credit Suisse Talent

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In some banks the narrative has shifted from contagion to the once-in-a-decade opportunities on offer.

Credit Suisse Tells Staff To Go To Work As Somber Mood Sets In

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UBS reminded employees not to divulge any business secrets to their new colleagues.

Wirehouse Compensation Plans Must Change, Survey Says

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

Women More Likely To Bag $100,000 Jobs Despite Fewer Applications

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Studies have also shown women tend to accept job offers more quickly than men.

Recruiters Reveal Their Secrets On Cultivating A Robust Advisor Pipeline

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Successful advisory firms do more than just steal from the competition, they say.

Bosses Say Nearly Half Of Meetings Should Disappear

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Executives spend an average of 25 hours a week in meetings, a new survey found.

New Research Aims To Help Women Shatter the Glass Ceiling

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An American College researcher is studying why women have a harder time cracking the C-suite.

JPMorgan Is Growing In Florida And Texas, States That ‘Like Business,' Dimon Says

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The CEO said the company has more employees in Texas than in New York state.

Citigroup Cuts Hundreds Of Jobs, Including In Investment Banking And Mortgage Units

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The move comes just weeks after rival JPMorgan Chase & Co. cut hundreds of mortgage employees.

FSI Using 'All Tools' To Persuade DOL To Withdraw Independent Contractor Proposal

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The proposal could result in as many as a few hundred thousand dually registered advisors being reclassified to employees.

Where Hiring Women Advisors Is More Than Talk

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Some advisory firms are taking concrete actions to elevate women in the profession.

The Biggest Earners May Not Be The Smartest Workers, Study Says

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Earners in the top 1% score slightly worse than those in the income tier directly below them, researchers said.

Bank Of America Plans Job Cuts In Its Investment Bank

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The number of reductions could affect less than 200 bankers globally.

Fidelity To Hire 4,000 For New Roles, Bucking Industry's Firings

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Other big investment companies have been trimming headcount amid economic uncertainty.

Half Of US Job Switchers Beat Inflation With Wage Bump In 2022

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Want to get ahead of inflation? First, quit your job.

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