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Led by Tony Esses, the group based in Coral Gables, Florida, focuses on Argentinian investors.
The six-adviser group led by Larry Boggs is forming Boggs & Co. Wealth Management in Cumberland, Maryland.
The banks told U.S. employees they'll receive a floating paid day off to mark the holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S., which President Biden signed into law Thursday.
The four-adviser Seidler Cattich group is joining the firm in San Francisco.
The six-adviser team, Puzzle Wealth Solutions, is affiliating with LPL Financial through OSJ Gladstone Wealth Partners.
Driving the recruiting overhaul at wirehouses over the past few years has been the tremendous expense of recruiting experienced financial advisers.
Bobby Conville Jr. and Earl Smith are joining the firm's employee unit in Ruston, Louisiana.
The investment bank is putting the finishing touches onto its $13 billion purchase of ETrade Financial, and has benefitted from ETrade’s direct, online access to a younger group of clients.
The six-person team is leaving J.P. Morgan Private Bank in San Francisco.
It seems counterintuitive that an adviser or team who may be riding the wave of their 'best year ever' would change jerseys or break for independence. Yet it’s happening in record numbers.
Three sole practitioners managing $297 million in total are also moving to the firm.
With a fresh take on adviser training, Merrill Lynch expects to increase diversity while graduating 1,000 new advisers per year. These advisers will be located in-office and report to their local market executives.
In keeping with the times, it appears that the practice of cold-calling is out and using social and business networking platforms like LinkedIn is in.
The four-adviser group is moving to the firm’s employee unit in Augusta, Georgia and will operate as the Cypress Wealth Group.
The leadership changes announced May 20 position a slate of potential successors to CEO James Gorman who are mostly white and male.
Andy Saperstein, head of wealth management, was named co-president along with Ted Pick, head of trading, as Gorman positions a small group as his most likely successors.
Over the next three years, the positions are expected to be eliminated in Switzerland alone, with the bulk at the corporate cost center and about 200 between wealth management and the bank’s Swiss unit for personal and corporate banking.
John Farrell and Joel East are joining the UBS branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
Knowlton Knowlton & Larsen will be Rockefeller's first group of advisers in Boston.
The Atlanta-based, woman-led team is affiliating through Gladstone Wealth Partners, an office of supervisory jurisdiction.
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