After an accounting scandal rocked one of his companies last year, REIT impresario Nicholas Schorsch faced pressure on many fronts.

As it turns out, one of the most powerful voices calling for big changes at RCS Capital -- owner of the independent b-d network that Schorsch had built through a series of rapid-fire acquisitions -- was a group of influential Cetera advisors, who made their feelings known right after problems emerged in October.

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