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What's next for Nicholas Schorsch and RCS Capital?

In the wake of back-to-back deals, the industry is curious about what the REIT czar will buy next.

Jan 17, 2014 @ 2:24 pm

In the wake of back-to-back acquisitions of Cetera Financial Group and J.P. Turner, InvestmentNews Editor Fred Gabriel sat down with Senior Columnist Bruce Kelly to discuss the latest news and to find out what might be next.

In an interview with InvestmentNews on Thursday, Mr. Schorsch likened his burgeoning network to the old Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. or Raymond James Financial Inc. Is that possible?

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