Cetera rebrands divisions in its own name, but $1-billion advisor defects to a rival startup
Cetera says the move will help advisors attract clients, but RMR Wealth Builders, seeing it as prelude to a sale, has signed on with IEP Financial
Known for his high 'emotional quotient,' Jason Lahita rides solo, again, as a PR guru; this time, he's selective and looking for a few good non-robots
The Los Angeles RIA PR pro is launching a company called StreetCred from a backyard outbuilding with a mindset of finding clients who click with him
September 16, 2020 at 6:00 PM
Derek Bruton rides again as CEO of Chalice Wealth Partners IBD and RIA, after Kingswood acquisition splits units from the services outsourcer
The dynamic duo of Keith Gregg and Derek Bruton has split into solo acts -- with Bruton joining British roll-up arrivistes, Kingswood. But there's no hard feelings, say the pair.
January 21, 2020 at 7:52 PM
Fact: I’m a recruiter from a mid-sized indy b-d. I was actively involved in trying to get these guys moved over to my firm but because they have more baggage than brains, I dropped the whole thing. Cetera is by no means losing any “$1b groups”. In fact, if these guys had half of that, I’d be very impressed. They blew more smoke than obama. They can advertise a billion but nowhere or half way near. I bet Cetera was more than happy when they left considering all of the compliance mess these guys started. No “twists and turns” like the author implied. Just a group of pissed-off senior citizens looking for a compliance team that would look the other way.