Updated Thursday, July 2, 2015 as of 7:09 PM ET
Bank Advisors on the Move
Which banks are advisors moving to? Ten recently switched to BNY Mellon, Bremer Bank, Regions Bank, U.S. Bank and Bank of America's U.S. Trust.
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U.S. Capital Advisors recruited a veteran Wells Fargo advisor who previously managed $550 million in assets as part of a three-person team. more »
An advisor managing $215 million in assets left Merrill Lynch to join the regional firm. more »
A former BNY Mellon advisor that managed $850 million in client assets has formed an RIA affiliated with Raymond James' independent RIA channel. more »
The elite team left Merrill Lynch for Morgan's ultrawealthy consulting group. The mega move comes on the heels of the firm's data breach. more »
The new recruits come from Morgan Stanley and UBS. more »
The fast-growing, private wealth management firm has partnered with a new team, TC Wealth Management. more »
Firm president Tash Elwyn explains the upswing in advisor headcounts. more »
Bank wealth management has been on a tear, but pressures such as recruiting and robos threaten to the slow down the momentum. Here’s how banks are fighting back. more »
Banks need more advisors and have the business to support a bigger headcount, but many are too busy chasing only the best producers, leaving them in a Catch-22 where they can’t staff up enough to see real growth. more »
Cerulli predicts that market share gains in the RIA and dually registered channels will likely come at the expense of wirehouses and independent broker-dealers. more »
The firm recruits a team with advisors from Wells Fargo and JP Morgan. more »
Three of the four formed a team with $218 million in assets under management. more »
The Bogart Group was previously with RBC Wealth Management-U.S., managing client assets of more than $600 million. more »
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