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August 7, 2018

Wells Fargo Beats Class Action Alleging Self-Dealing and Favoring its Own Funds
Meanwhile, Citigroup has settled a $6.9 million lawsuit accusing the firm of steering employees into its own products.
Deutsche Bank Wants U.S. Wealth Managers Who Can "Grow Big Books"
The German company will consider private bankers with a history of building solid books of business across the U.S.
Wirehouses Want Their Discretionary Reps in Model Portfolios
They pose less risk to home offices but allow for some customization.
Baird Snaps up Veteran Wells Fargo Rep
Advisor had joined Wells Fargo predecessor A.G. Edwards in 1992.
How Regional Banks Do Wealth Management
In Ohio, regional banks offer a complete set of financial planning services, although account minimums can be $1 million or more.
An Old Idea Offers a New Way to Predict Client Behavior
Does a decades-old index for assessing a person’s information-processing preferences have wealth management applications?