President Donald Trump said he thinks economic growth and stock market indexes would be substantially higher if the Federal Reserve hadn’t raised interest rates so much.
When Kathy Birk retires next month as manager of Morgan Stanley’s local operations, she’ll achieve a rare milestone in a stressful industry where most people wash out or get fired first.
The case against the former star Merrill Lynch broker centered on his practice of keeping clients in commission-based accounts even as the securities industry moved toward fee-based accounts, which in many cases were cheaper for clients.
It’s not clear whether the bull or the bear will prevail in 2019, so financial planners are counseling clients to expect volatility and take advantage of it, if that meets their long-term strategies.
J.P. Morgan has won a preliminary injunction against three former employees in its Carmel office, who are accused of taking at least 20 clients with millions of dollars in assets to a competing firm.
The insurer said it is looking for 15 new agency owners in Indianapolis who will hire 46 sales agents after they open for business.
Investment firm LPL Financial has agreed to pay a civil penalty for "various deficiencies" related to supervision of its Indiana operations, the Secretary of State’s office said Monday.
The complaint alleges that the former middle school math teacher “took advantage” of current or former teachers and other workers in public education by selling them “extremely risky securities” that brought her commissions worth $2.5 million.
Just more than half of married women leave long-term financial decisions, including those about investing, to their spouses, even though the wives often are handling the daily household budget.
The former star Merrill Lynch broker this month threw federal prosecutors for a loop, arguing days before his scheduled sentencing for securities fraud that his offense caused “zero financial loss.”
In an attempt to reopen his case, Keenan Hauke says Barnes and Thornburg partner Larry Mackey—who is now married to Hauke’s ex-wife—did not adequately represent him.
Authorities say the man defrauded a longtime client out of nearly $1.2 million and spent that money on vacations, golf club memberships, meals and retail purchases.
Indianapolis-based Archway Technology Partners, which specializes in wealth management, reported revenue growth of 104 percent from 2013 to 2015.
A prominent Indianapolis family that filed a complaint against an RBC Wealth Management broker seeking nearly $20 million in damages recently accepted $3.5 million to resolve the dispute.
Kenneth Ray Cleveland stands accused of defrauding a 13-year NFL player while serving as his financial adviser.
The president will direct the Treasury secretary to review the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial oversight law, which reshaped banking rules after the 2008-09 financial crisis.
Cooke Financial Group LLC, which oversees $1.7 billion in assets, is parting ways with Wells Fargo Advisors LLC. Principals Chris Cooke and Brian Cooke have bought into Chicago-based Noyes and will run the largest of its seven offices.
The sale ends a 92-year run of ownership by the Peterson family, which opened the business five years before the onset of the Great Depression and built a preeminent position in the municipal bond business that continues today.