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End of an era: LPL’s longtime advisor support chief to retire
During Andy Kalbaugh’s tenure with the No. 1 IBD, its headcount grew by more than 50% to nearly 17,000 reps.
Wells Fargo names new compliance chief, other risk executives
The executive shuffle at the company continues as Credit Suisse America’s Paula Dominick is hired to replace Mike Roemer as chief compliance officer. It also hired or promoted four line-of-business chief risk officers and an enterprise testing leader.
Paycheck Protection Program
SBA offers guidance on appealing rejections of PPP loan forgiveness
The U.S. Small Business Administration has posted rules about how businesses who have been turned down for forgiveness of their Paycheck Protection Program loans can appeal the decision.
Voices: The worst financial decisions clients can make in a recession
“If you decide to make the portfolio more conservative, make sure you have a plan — an exact plan — on when to come back,” an expert says.
Big banks hire 19K in first half as demand for loans surge during cornavirus
The hires might be short-lived as job-cut moratoria end in the third and fourth quarters.
RBC's custodian adds 27 firms. What's driving growth?
As consolidation reshapes the market, the custodian sees an opportunity to attract tech-forward and multi-custodial firms.
Brookfield raises $23B, expects to ramp up pace of deals
The alternative asset manager said it has $77 billion in cash, securities and other available capital, including uncalled capital commitments from clients.
RBC lands ex-Morgan Stanley team with $675M in client assets
The team caters to athletes, entertainers, and entrepreneurs.
Merrill Lynch upgrades planning technology, encroaches on independents’ turf
Do RIAs still have a clear advantage when it comes to modern planning software?
Ryan W. Neal
Bonuses and incentives
Even Wall Street’s biggest bonuses will disappoint this year
It’s enough to frustrate star traders, leaving them vulnerable to poaching by hedge funds willing to pay more.
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