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Former Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch advisers join Rockefeller in Boca Raton, Florida, and Chicago
Financial advisers are usually off-limits when it comes to large institutions looking to cut costs and personnel. But Wells Fargo, under CEO Charlie Scharf, has not shied away from laying off advisers or cutting adviser-lead businesses.
The bank is reportedly in talks to sell the unit to a private equity consortium led by GTCR and Reverence Capital Partners.
Two pairs of advisers in Lincoln, Nebraska, make the move, along with their staffs.
The companies that are temporarily halting or rethinking how they donate money to politicians via PACs, or political action committees, are some of the most prominent platforms for financial advisers and registered reps in the industry, including Bank of America Corp., Morgan Stanley and Charles Schwab Corp.
Firm veteran Mandell Crawley takes new job; Elizabeth Dennis will succeed him as head of private wealth management
Effort would move the fourth-largest U.S. bank a step closer to emulating some of its biggest rivals
Foursome creates Campbell Johnson McGiboney Wealth Advisors in Franklin, Tennessee
Ralph Hamers is caught up in an investigation of money laundering that occurred while he headed ING Groep
The sale is part of CEO Charlie Scharf's effort to focus the bank on key businesses
- Alternative Investments
- Bonds / Fixed Income
- Client Prospecting
- Client Servicing
- Defined Benefit Plans
- Defined Contribution Plans
- Health Care
- Individual Retirement Accounts
- Independent Broker-Dealers