Updated Saturday, April 19, 2014 as of 3:36 PM ET
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Banks and credit unions need to recognize the distinct advantages they offer in the recruiting battle as competition for top talent continues to rise more »
"There aren't enough people going into the industry to replace those who retire," Scott Curtis, president of Raymond James Financial Services, told some 200 program managers and bank advisors at the event in Orlando. more »
If you are a bank program manager looking to recruit financial advisors then you already know that this is no easy task. Here are four tips to help with recruiting. more »
Many banks rely on the "prayer method" and ignore the one potential advantage they have when it comes time to staff up. more »
The broker-dealers that make up the backbone of the bank channel, inexplicably dubbed third-party marketers, expect sunny skies and room to grow. The one common challenge that most will fess up to: They can't find enough good advisors. more »
An arbitration panel has ordered Wells Fargo to pay Stifel $800,000 in the latest dispute over alleged raiding of former A.G. Edwards advisors. more »
The addition of four legacy Morgan Keegan advisors in Austin marks renewed hiring momentum, according to the firm’s director of retail. more »
The majority of Wells Fargo’s hires hail from Morgan Stanley, while one advisor joins from Edward Jones. more »
Stifel has snapped up 11 former Wells Fargo advisors with more than $1 billion in assets. more »
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