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LPL Eyes Private Wealth Services

LPL Financial executives have outlined the firm’s plans to move into the private wealth market. So reports WealthManagement.com.

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JPMorgan Boosts Parental Leave to 16 Weeks

JPMorgan Chase has increased the available time off for a birth or adoption of a new child to 16 weeks, regardless of whether the parent is the primary caregiver. So reports Bloomberg.

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FTX Bankruptcy Docs Name JPMorgan, Wells, BofA  

FTX Group has listed JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Bank of America among entities affected by the cryptocurrency exchange’s collapse. So reports FXStreet.

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Fidelity Opens Retail Crypto Trading Platform

Fidelity, which recently announced a waiting list for retail cryptocurrency trading, has now alerted certain users that the service is open for business. So reports The Block.

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Wells Fargo Under Pressure to Pay $1B Over Consumer Abuses

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been pushing Wells Fargo toward what would be a record settlement of more than $1 billion over consumer abuses. So reports Bloomberg.

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UBS Restructures in Pursuit of Ultra-Wealthy  

UBS is overhauling its wealth management structure as the company follows ultra-wealthy clients to regions like Florida and Texas. So reports Advisor Hub.

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Wells Fargo Stays the Course in New Advisor Comp Plan

Wells Fargo has stuck to its guns with its newly unveiled 2023 compensation plan for financial advisors. So reports Barron’s.

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Are Financial Advisors Ready to Talk About Touchy Subjects?  

Financial planning software provider eMoney Advisor has announced new research that pinpoints what it describes as a disconnect between financial advisors and end clients.

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Goldman’s Asset, Wealth Management Units to Merge Again

People familiar with the matter have revealed Goldman Sachs’ plans to bring its asset management and wealth management units back together. So reports Bloomberg.

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Merrill Boasts Best Recruiting Quarter in More Than a Decade

Merrill Lynch Wealth Management president Andy Sieg said that the quarter ending September 30, marked the wirehouse brokerage’s “strongest recruiting quarter in over a decade.” So reports Advisor Hub.

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