The American College of Financial Services Board of Trustees named Robert R. Johnson, an author on wealth management and portfolio management topics, as the school's new president and CEO on Wednesday.
LPL's ability to service a cluster of firms attracts hybrid Financial Advocacy Network from the D.C. area.
The FPAs new president-elect, Pamela Sandy, wants to help create a more diverse face of the advisory profession, raise the organizations profile among lawmakers and build a culture at the organization to attract a new generation of planners.
A Raymond James advisor has left the firm to join U.S. Capital Advisors, a small regional wealth management firm experiencing rapid growth.
Families that have advisors are far more likely to have a college savings plan in place, Fidelity study finds.
Mutual-to-stock conversions are facing new hurdles, as evidenced by events at a pair of Massachusetts mutuals. Depositors at Beverly Bank recently rejected its proposed conversion, while Reading Co-op Bank changed its bylaws to make it more difficult to convert.
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HighTower has recruited newly formed 401(k) practice Fiduciary Plan Advisors to its network platform.
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Deutsche Bank has hired two executives to oversee technology and operations.
It's going to be a slow week in the municipal market with a thin new issue calendar and light trading as market participants look to get their hands on paper before the end of the summer season.
A new report shows that auditors of brokers-dealers who were inspected last year continued to have a high number of problems with independence and audit deficiencies.
The Connecticut company was an early adopter of branch modernization, starting an effort four years ago that has led to the closure of underperforming locations, enhanced digital offerings and use of universal bankers.
Shane Hiller, who joined Umpqua a year ago to build the bank's high-net-worth business in San Francisco, rejoined his former employer as director and private banker.
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The Philadelphia-based wealth management firm announced late Friday that 30-year industry veteran Michael Lynfield has joined Janneys Fairfield location in the role of first vice president/investments.
A set of mid-1990s recommendations aimed to reform Wall Street's culture. They didn't, however -- and the real losers were investors.
Several factors are pressuring margins for everyone in planning, says LPL Financial's Bill Morrissey.
The IRS and the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration said taxpayers have received unsolicited calls from individuals demanding payment and fraudulently claiming to be from the IRS.