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Barclays hired Akshaya Bhargava as chief executive officer of its wealth and investment management business to replace Peter Horrell, who stepped down. more »
Beth Mooney cares more about her legacy than she does about being the first female CEO at a top 20 U.S.-based bank. One of her primary goals is to make sure KeyCorp always does right by its customers. more »
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Designing comp plans with many grid levels is one way credit unions can boost advisor productivity, according to a report from Kehrer Bielan Research & Consulting. more »
Ane S. Plate was banned for allegedly looting more than $140,000 from a customer account. more »
The firm hired another wealth director for business development, the second such director it hired in Pittsburgh this year. more »
Two former advisors from Fifth Third Private Bank are joining LPL's broker-dealer and custodial platforms as an independent hybrid firm, StreamSong Advisors. more »
The Minneapolis-based bank has added three wealth management advisors and one senior trust officer to the Chicago office of the Private Client Reserve. more »
Two days after Apple unveiled its attempt to advance mobile payments, CFPB Director Richard Cordray cited the burgeoning field as a key area of concern his agency needs to examine. more »
Big banks are still avoiding bank M&A, but the reasons are evolving. Plenty are still looking inward, while others are focusing on buying fee businesses. U.S. Bank CEO Richard Davis says he doesn't want to be burdened with an integration when the economy takes off. more »
BB&T is back in the business of buying banks for the first time in several years, even though most of its peers think regulators are opposed to big-bank M&A. BB&T's investments in compliance improvements make its executives feel confident about getting new deals done, CEO Kelly King says. more »
Morgan Stanley, the best-performing stock among the largest Wall Street banks since the end of 2012, will rise at a slower pace over the next year as the current price anticipates the firm reaching its profitability goal, said David Konrad, a Macquarie Group analyst. more »
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