Regulator says a new compliance manager instructed investigators in its broker-dealer’s anti-money laundering group to file fewer suspicious-activity reports on international customers.
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Managing Partner Jim Weddle scoffs at critics who say firm is crowding out existing brokers with accelerated growth strategy.
Mary Jo White says her inability to pass a uniform fiduciary standard remains the biggest disappointment of her tenure and warns that the 12% annual exam rate of registered investment advisers is a time-bomb.
Drew Hawkins abruptly leaves after spending his 28-year career at the firm.
Attacking the grid, the Bank of America brokerage unit adds 2% to payout for hitting new-money and new-account targets—and deducts 2% for brokers failing to grow.
Florida-based parent of Securities America ups recruiting and retention bonuses but broker headcount remains flat.
California advisor David Bahnsen, after making waves about pardoning Michael Milken, says GOP tax plan is a mess for individuals.
Independent advisory firms, broker-dealers, and regionals that were hiring steadily from wirehouses have the most to lose if the big firms protect their flanks through litigation.
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