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Wells Fargo Advisors chief: Clients expect a more digital experience
Clients are looking for a more digital experience in an increasingly digital world, but the advice industry hasn't kept pace with the times, according to Mary Mack, president and head of Wells Fargo Advisors.
Retirement specialists have outsized influence in adviser-sold DC market
Plan sponsors have turned to experts as they've recognized the full scope of their responsibility with respect to DC plans.
LPL and Wells Fargo's bold calls predict as much as 9% return on stocks this year
In the face of a spike in market volatility, the two firms are doubling down on surprisingly bullish predictions that the S&P 500 will close out the year notably higher than where it started.
Wirehouse metrics reflect different strategies
Newly compiled InvestmentNews research shows how the nation's biggest brokerages rank across four key metrics.
Massachusetts' Galvin to investigate alternative fund sales by advisers
Sales of 25 top 'liquid alts' mutual funds will come under greater scrutiny from the state regulator.
Wells Fargo faces major test of broker liability for selling F-Squared
A 68-year-old widower claims wirehouse did insufficient due diligence on the troubled money manager.
Home office investment performance beats advisers': study
Cerulli study suggests quantitative manager selection and staying invested during downturns helps home offices outperform advisers.
Attrition and breakaways have shrunk head counts at wirehouses
Attrition and breakaways have shrunk head counts at wirehouses, threatening the big four firms as they look to keep pace. (Plus: Our full Spotlight on Wirehouses special report)
Finra bars Wells Fargo broker who ran Miami nightclub
Aaron Parthemer, left, a Wells Fargo adviser for a number of NFL and NBA players, allegedly ran a hip hop dance club in South Beach without telling his employer.
Wirehouses still attracting adviser talent
Despite increasing options in the independent space, majority of adviser moves are still among the big four.
Nuveen Investments rethinks ETFs after pioneering, then abandoning, them
After shutting its exchange-traded fund unit in 2002, Nuveen comes back to the table with a new plan.
In target date funds, performance starts to trump risk management as assets balloon
Some strategies stay aggressive right up to target date while others dial down risk; each group has its reasons
The hazards of securities-based lending as a source of retirement income
Securities-based lending is emerging as a possible way to fund short-term expenses in retirement, but experts warn that advisers ought to use abundant caution when working with this strategy. Securities-based lending allows clients to tap a line of credit by pledging a portfolio of assets in a
Wells Fargo sees results from financial planning
Wells Fargo Advisors capped off 2014 with relatively strong numbers, as fourth-quarter earnings at its wealth division were up 5% year over year, despite costly investments in technology and higher broker commissions.
Wells Fargo fined $1.5 million for AML failures
The wirehouse failed to comply with anti-money-laundering requirements by not properly vetting some 220,000 new client accounts over a nine-year period, Finra charged.