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Matthew Audette: The firm's entrepreneurial outlook and strong track record of growing market share and attracting new business provides an ideal opportunity.

LPL poaches E*TRADE's CFO and turnaround specialist as its chief finanical officer
Matthew Audette, 41, is moving from New York to San Diego and will begin his new job in late September

Monday 6.1.15
Tim Welsh: You know the gig is up. That's their core competency.

Bloomberg: BoA's market-making unit for its Merrill Lynch wealth division gets suddenly scrapped
The news and data giant is reporting that heat from Flash Boys made the investment bank think twice about conflicts

Thursday 5.22.14
Jon Foster: We think there will be a natural flow of wealthy families.

Jon Foster partners with $40 billion institutional advisory firm in bid to create big RIA
The former E*TRADE and Carson Wealth executive is leveraging the business of Angeles Investment Advisors and will recruit elite wirehouse brokers

Wednesday 2.8.12
Mitchell Caplan: That's what happened with E*Trade and it validates us and lets us know we're doing the right thing.

What ex-E*TRADE CEO Mitchell Caplan says emboldened him to lead an $83 million management coup of Jefferson National
By pouring in capital from a former Goldman Sachs leader and others into a bigger sales effort, Caplan believes sales of annuities through RIAs are set to explode

Tuesday 1.17.12
Alois Pirker: Firms will have to renew retention bonuses next year or brokers will jump ship.

RIAs and online brokers are winning the market-share game
Wirehouses will have to re-up retention bonuses or see mass migrations of top producers

Wednesday 7.27.11
Dan Silver: The goal is to form one of the top firms in the country

E*TRADE unwinds its RIA roll-up, and a giant RIA rises in the Boston burbs
Mark Hurley chips in the cash and Liz Nesvold sells Kobren for a second time

Monday 3.21.11
Adam Honoré: Nearly 70% of financial advisors see online brokers as being no threat to their business.

Online brokers may be bigger threat to financial advisors than they realize, study says
E*Trade, Schwab and Fidelity win assets from advisors and relinquish them grudgingly, according to Aite Group report

Monday 4.19.10
Fred Tomczyk told Reuters: E*Trade 'is on a better footing today than they were a year or two ago, no question.

Analysts issue opinions on Merrill Lynch and TD Ameritrade based on new information
Merrill Lynch or another wirehouse, not a discount broker, should acquire E*Trade, researcher says

Monday 4.19.10
Walt Bettinger: After the past two years, our clients are thinking more than ever about their financial future

Morgan Stanley report: TD Ameritrade and other rivals may face pricing dilemma after Schwab price chop
San Francisco broker can cut commissions with relative impunity now that it has shifted primarily to fees

Friday 1.8.10
Brooke Southall: I asked John, 50, why he didn’t hire a financial advisor and he said that the system was “crooked” and “corrupt.”

What I learned about E*TRADE, Bank of America, Google and the Bubble Lounge during pre-holiday conversations
Just because a wirehouse broker doesn't win the account doesn't mean that another advisor will

Tuesday 12.22.09




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