This father-daughter-son team survived 9/11 but divorced Wall Street altogether 14 years later
The trigger was a demand by Morgan Stanley to sign a bank contract but there was much more that led the practice to LPL OSJ, Private Advisor Group
Did these folks somehow miss Morgan Stanley CFO Ruth Porat’s comment about the bank not penetrating (her word not mine) their so-called clients/customers with enough products? Maybe that will ease up now that she is moving to Silicon Valley—Google. Not!
I only wish that all the so-called clients/customers of these so-called advisors and their so-called firms knew what these greedy grubbers were doing to them. What a travesty of justice.
Gene Chaas, CFA
My gosh, this is nothing new. The formerly innovative Merrill Lynch had similar promotions in the mid 1990’s.
It just makes my stomach turn reading about these brokers and banks. How sad for our country.
Rich Steinmeier power poaches Jeremy Holly, who returns to LPL as EVP to head Dan Arnold-directed 'liquidity' project to buy -- but not hold -- LPL firms
Holly had bolted LPL for SageView with fanfare but he retained a fanbase back in San Diego which dreamed up a dream job for him
July 7, 2023 at 9:36 PM
Charles 'Chuck Schwab' called James Gorman to protest a two-broker poach, kicking off a hydra-headed legal battle, costing Morgan Stanley millions, so far
The Schwab founder and chairman invoked Charles Schwab Corp.'s zero-tolerance policy against Wall Street -- or RIA -- poaching of talent and AUM from Schwab branches.
March 9, 2023 at 1:23 AM
UBS bets its 'wealth' future on ex-Schwabbie Naureen Hassan, a corporate digital A-lister, who analysts give a fighting chance to transcend PaineWebber's ossified culture
Still a $2-billion cash-flow cow, the Swiss bank's 6,000-broker, US-based wirehouse is milking aging broker relationships with aging investors but needs a new kind of human presence, empathy, mindset and smarts to draw in Gen Z.
July 16, 2022 at 1:35 AM
How a white senior vice president at an LPL OSJ came to hire a former black minister as recruiter despite the latter's pledge to make it 'uncomfortable' at times
Rob Sandrew hit it off with Keith L. Frasier, willing to speak up on racial and racial justice issues, who also checks all the boxes for attracting talent and assets at a firm that recruited $2 billion last year
August 19, 2020 at 2:18 AM
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