How Schwab's firing of a small RIA as a client became a three-year legal ordeal (Part 1)
Michael Kelly is out to prove he was discriminated against based on his firm's size but Schwab execs say he crossed lines
Fidelity, others pounce on TD RIAs with a vengeance following Schwab merger, but Schwab finds a white knight to defend its new Texas fort, and, suddenly, Tom Nally's future seems clouded at 'Schwabitrade'
Former TD Ameritrade RIA chief and retail chief Tom Bradley will assist Bernie Clark in instilling trust and applying 'modern' service to the under$100-million crowd during an age of anxiety at both firms
December 10, 2019 – 2:05 AM
Keep up the good fight against these bullies Michael Kelly. I will say a prayer for you!
I still fail to see why any RIA does business with Schwab when they are so openly hostile to us. They openly compete with is and treat folks like this with aggressive disregard for their reputation… collegues there are other fine custodians who are much more aligned with us. Make Schwab feel in the wallet.
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