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Today's Headlines

Merrill Lynch Accused of Failing to Pay Minimum Wage in Class Action Lawsuit
The suit is brought by call center workers in Illinois.
Who Wins in a Fiduciary Fight – Feds or States?
The focus is on a 1996 federal law that has a provision on limitations on what states can do when regulating brokers and dealers.
Deutsche Bank Continues Wealth Management Expansion
Plus Dynasty and Carson make key plays.
Edward Jones Fined Over Alleged Inaccuracies About Customer Complaints
The firm had claimed alleged damages of $5,000 on dozens of complaints while actual damages sought were as high as $630,000.
BMO Hires BNY Mellon Exec to Lead Family Office
Shannon Kennedy will lead a team of more than 200 people overseeing ultra high net worth clients.
Raymond James Reportedly Keeping 2020 Comp Plan Unchanged
Brokers in the employee channel will reportedly continue to be able to keep 28% to 50% of production.
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More FAs Jump Ship for Stifel
Three advisors collectively overseeing $441 million have joined the firm from RBC.

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