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Merrill Lynch advisers should expect current pay grid to stay in place for 2020

After two years of changes to focus on adding clients, the firm intends to stand pat.


Wells Fargo Advisors slows down outflow of advisers

The firm had a net loss of 29 advisers compared with 140 the quarter before.


UBS hires advisers with $2 billion in client assets

The two advisers joined the firm in San Francisco and New York.


Former brokers say breaking away to be RIA went better than they feared

TD Ameritrade Institutional survey predicts continuation of trend toward independence


Wall Street is going RIA-ish

Big firms creating business models that kinda, sorta, look like an RIA for advisers.


Envestnet Tamarac expanding into wirehouses with Merrill partnership

The RIA technology will provide Merrill Private Wealth Management advisers with reporting on held-away assets.


Technology can help turn client conversations toward planning in next bear market

Advisers don't want a replay of 2008 when clients bailed out of the advice industry.


Financial firms fight over $18 trillion held by poorest of the rich

Wealth managers focus their expansion on clients with fast-growing fortunes.


Long-shot bid for Wells Fargo CEO job gains steam

As other candidates turn down the position, senior executives at the bank support the candidacy of interim CEO Allen Parker.


What does it mean when superstar breakaway brokers bolt again?

The decision by the Luminous team to leave First Republic could have far-reaching repercussions for the entire advice industry.


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