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In new $150-million lawsuit, Mark Hurley alleges ex-boss's smears wrecked his valuation, his reputation and his chances of providing capital to RIAs ever again

The trump card for the maverick ex Fiduciary Network CEO was to open across the street with new backers, but the filing clams he may not have that play anymore

Author Brooke Southall December 12, 2018 at 9:36 PM
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Mark Hurley's lawsuit references his "secret sauce" and how he got overtly tossed.

Mark Hurley


Howard Milstein

Courtland Kellerman

Courtland Kellerman

December 12, 2018 — 10:31 PM
Wow This has rhymes and shades of other founder CEO replacement storylines Hoping not to see this spiral and devolve into “Bill Gross / PIMCO” P:-
Jeff Spears

Jeff Spears

December 12, 2018 — 10:41 PM
Hurley lives up to his reputation as the ONLY person who can fill every cell of a spreadsheet.

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