Big brokers take action on F-Squared funds and Virtus shares reel as SEC actions sink in
Lawyers are now threatening class action suits against the $28-billion ETF manager and firms like Raymond James, Stifel and Wells Fargo are making their wariness official
After recruitment of minorities and women gets CEO-level attention at Raymond James, a program gets a dynamic leader
With ratios stuck in the teens, CEO Paul Reilly gives chief marketing officer at subsidiary Carillon Tower Advisers, Renee Baker, her shot at mission impossible -- getting Advisor Inclusion Networks to live up to its Orwellian name
August 24, 2019 at 4:25 AM
Last year's RIA chief departs Raymond James after ship sails without her at helm of RIA unit, leaving her anchored to COO role
Maria Daley took the reins after Bill Van Law's unexpected departure, but Greg Bruce came on in March to lead RIA Unit, a job she held on interim basis
June 6, 2019 at 2:16 AM
Raymond James finally names new RIA chief and, yes, he is a Schwab veteran
The St. Petersburg, Fla. broker-dealer parted ways with Bill Van Law -- a Merrill Lynch veteran -- a year ago; now it has a real RIA veteran in Greg Bruce
March 4, 2019 at 11:54 PM
Raymond James promotes yet another woman to a powerful position -- this time an alum of Duke, Columbia by way of Goldman Sachs -- to head the very LPL-intensive Northeast corridor
Jodi Perry puts Shannon Reid in charge of the wealth-intensive Maryland-to-Maine corridor
December 3, 2018 at 8:28 PM
Raymond James Financial Inc.
Top Executive: Bill Van Law
Why would any advisor/ platform/ wire house etc. keep there clients in F-Squared? There’s no upside just a lot of exposure and potential liability.
how did these two firms(Virtus Investments and F2) get away with this massive fraud scheme for so long? There must be justice including jail-time and disgorgement of ill gotten gains from both firms. Does the SEC even understand the size of this fraud?