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Wirehouse employees rate their firms on sites like Glassdoor.com
Morgan Stanley chief James Gorman gets 87% approval rating on Glassdoor.com, tops among wirehouse CEOs. The firm ranked third on Vault.com among the 50 'best' banking companies in terms of quality of life and prestige.
Wells Fargo nabs $650 million Barclays duo
The Blaustein Clancy financial group's clients are mostly high net worth or ultra-high net worth
Incentive compensation should align with firm goals
More firms set triggers based on growth than client service or retention, survey finds.
Fired $1.3B Merrill broker finds new home at RBC
Bank of America Merrill Lynch's former top broker in Indiana, who was abruptly fired last month, has found a new home at RBC Wealth Management.
Finra mulls new bonus disclosure rule
The regulator is still doing research, but expects to move forward in the “short term,” said Susan Axelrod, executive vice president of regulatory operations.
Wirehouses still attracting adviser talent
Despite increasing options in the independent space, majority of adviser moves are still among the big four.
Sales woes at Cole Capital lead to further exodus of talent
Two dozen wholesalers and account executives have left, with the lion's share joining a rival nontraded REIT wholesaler.
Merrill nabs $300M RBC trio in New York
Ronald Slevin and team produced approximately $2.5 million in annual revenue.
Robert Moore joins executive board of Carson Institutional Alliance
Robert Moore, who resigned last week as president of LPL Financial, is joining forces with Ron Carson, one of LPL's largest affiliates, agreeing to serve on the board of Carson Institutional Alliance.
Merrill Lynch scores $500 million team from UBS
Four advisers who produced $3.1 million in annual revenue joined in Palm Beach, Fla.
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Art Tambaro, former Royal Alliance chief, returns to the securities industry
Longtime industry exec to use Cetera's First Allied as broker-dealer in setting up OSJ.
Did Merrill Lynch's latest high-profile recruiting coup break the bank?
Breakfast with Benjamin A record Merrill Lynch signing bonus might have pushed its monetary limit. Plus: Loving European stocks but hating the euro, taking a fresh look at gold, and protecting the nest egg from rising drug costs.
United Capital pivots with $2 billion hire
Firm now focused on hiring advisers from larger companies, even wirehouses, as it shifts away from acquisitions.
Merrill Lynch strikes back with $1.2 billion hire
After a couple big recruiting losses, Merrill picks up a $1.2 billion team of Morgan Stanley private bank advisers.