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David Canter is the latest to leave Fidelity Investments amid the ongoing changing of the guard across the company, a 'huge loss,' says RIA CEO

Beloved by mega RIAs for high intelligence and low ego, the RIA custody chief and ex-Schwabie is moving on amid a wider company script of turnover, new job descriptions, ' and wild amounts of hiring

Author Lisa Shidler July 13, 2022 at 1:15 AM
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David Canter was known for harmonious relations across the RIA business.


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