Updated Thursday, April 17, 2014 as of 8:45 PM ET
Raymond James Snags $4.2M J.P. Morgan Team
In addition to the Cohens, the team includes senior registered sales associates Patricia Litavec Carpenter, Camille Johnson and Kerry Bolinder.
Michael Cohen is a veteran of the financial services industry.  He started his career in 1971 at H. Hentz & Company, according to FINRA documents. In 1975 he moved to Bear Stearns, where he stayed through its merger with J.P. Morgan.   more »
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For advisors to the wealthiest families, a new report suggests that it's not what you do that matters -- it's how you do it. more »
Switzerland's biggest bank hired 88 advisors this year to service rich Asian clients after assets at its wealth management business in the region jumped 38% in the past two years. more »
Baird reported record revenues for 2013, and added a former-Wells Fargo advisor as branch manager for its Charleston, S.C. office, marking its twelfth recruitment so far this year. more »
Younger investors have eight times more money in Roth IRAs than traditional IRAs, according to one recent report. more »
A new PriceMetrix study shows jump in assets & revenue, but highlights other worries for the industry. more »
The advisor was suspended for downloading reams of confidential, nonpublic information for more than 2,000 customers of a credit union where he had previously been employed. more »
Head of LPL's Advisor Services' departure 'not related to company performance,' according to a company statement. more »
The former president and chief executive of Gateway Bank in Oakland, Calif., has been accused of orchestrating a fraud scheme to disguise the bank's crumbling financial condition. more »
Integrating online and in-person advisor experiences to keep up with the competition will be a critical priority for wealth managers, according to the report. more »
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