The stock market’s deep decline in 2008, combined with one of the worst recessions in decades, resulted in fewer mergers and acquisitions among registered investment advisory firms last year, according to the latest data from Schwab.
But Dave DeVoe, managing director of strategic development at Schwab, says that several positive indicators point to a pickup in deals in 2010.
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