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FBI Hunting for FA Missing Since September

Chris Burns, a financial adviser and radio talk show host, has been missing since September and now the FBI is on the case. Client money may be missing as well. So reports WSB-TV Atlanta 2.


Team of Female Advisors Leaves JP Morgan For RBC

A Midtown Manhattan-based team of all female advisors are jumping ship from JP Morgan and heading to RBC Wealth Management. So reports Financial Advisor


New Service Aims to Connect Women with FAs

A partnership between HerMoney, and Wealthramp aims to make it easier for women to get financial advice. So reports Forbes.


CFP Board Announces New Steps to Modernize Governance

The CFP Board is taking steps to modernize its governance. The organization unveiled a number of changes on Oct. 1. So reports Financial Planning.


10 Best Cities for Young FAs

Charlotte, NC, Oakland, CA and Chesapeake, VA are among the best cities in America for young financial advisors to start their careers, according to a study from SmartAsset. So reports KAKE, a Wichita-based affiliate of ABC.


Wells Fargo CEO Offers Mea Culpa for Comment on Lack of Qualified Minorities

The CEO of Wells Fargo apologized last month after he blamed the bank’s lack of diverse staff in upper management due to the dearth of qualified people of color. So reports the BBC.


Battle for Ginsberg SCOTUS Seat Rattling Markets

Markets don’t like uncertainty and Friday night’s death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg added even more uncertainty to what is shaping up to be a tumultuous fall. So reports MarketWatch


Texas FA Saved in Office After Massive Heart Attack

EJ Pipkin, an LPL Financial Advisor for the Wealth Management Group of American National Bank of Texas, suffered a massive heart attack in the firm’s Rockwell, Texas office earlier this summer. So reports Blue Ribbon News


Japanification Not Likely in U.S. Markets: JPMorgan

While markets around the world face the threat of Japanification, its not likely to happen in the U.S., according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. So reports Financial Advisor


JPMorgan Calls Sales Staff to Office, Traders Test Positive

Earlier this month, JPMorgan told senior sales and trading division leaders to prepare themselves and their team members for a return to the office by Sept. 21.


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