Dealing with the fallout from a scandal and an earnings decline at RCS Capital apparently proved too time-consuming for one of the company's board members, Cetera Chief Executive Larry Roth.

Roth quit the board in order to focus on his day job as CEO of Cetera Financial Group, according to the firm. The work as a director had become too much of a distraction, multiple sources say. 

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