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3 New Planning Grads Win CFP Exam Scholarships
The recruiting firm awards exam fee reimbursements to three new planning graduates -- as long as they pass the test.
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Father-and-son advisor team managing more than $200 million in assets left Sterne Agee for Raymond James. more »
A Stifel advisor team that managed almost $200 million in assets has left the firm to join Raymond James & Associates. more »
An advisor team managing more than $170 million in client assets has left UBS to join Stifel, Nicolaus. more »
UBS, Switzerland’s biggest bank, named former U.S. Senator George Mitchell chairman of a new advisory council for the firm’s business in the Americas. more »
Morgan Stanley, owner of the world’s largest brokerage, received more than 90,000 applications for its summer program for analysts and associates. more »
Two former RBC advisors managing about $230 million in combined assets jumped to Baird. more »
A UBS advisor team managing $430 million in assets has left the wirehouse to join regional broker-dealer First Kentucky Securities. more »
A former UBS Advisor with more than $130 million in assets and $1.2 million in annual production made a move to RBC Wealth Management-U.S. more »
RBC Wealth Management-U.S. has recruited a former Morgan Stanley executive director to help with the firm's growth plans. more »
U.S. Capital Advisors, a small regional firm in Texas, has recruited five former UBS and J.P. Morgan advisors who managed more than $500 million in combined client assets. more »
Merrill Lynch lured away two advisors from Barclays Capital, where they managed a combined $285 million in assets. more »
A former Merrill Lynch executive has joined Focus Financial Partners to co-head a program that helps wirehouse advisors go independent. more »
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