The financial services powerhouse, which has major operations in Indianapolis, did not specify how many positions would be eliminated—but suggested that the layoffs will take place in the coming months.
Indianapolis-based Sanctuary Wealth ousts CEO, but won’t say why
Ousted CEO Jim Dickson founded Sanctuary in 2018 after the firm acquired Indianapolis-based David A. Noyes & Co., which in 2020 changed its name to Sanctuary Securities Inc.Read More
J.P. Morgan sues ex-broker after client exodus to his new firm
The brokerage alleges that Erik Weiss, since leaving for a job with Raymond James & Associates last month, has been improperly soliciting clients to follow him.Read More
The alleged violations occurred when the firm operated as David A. Noyes and Co. It was acquired by Sanctuary Wealth in 2018.
J.P. Morgan had claimed that the three former employees improperly solicited clients to follow them to their new firm.
Charles Schwab Corp.’s free trading offer is turning out to be a hit, drawing in new customers at a fast clip.
David A. Noyes & Co. has helped raise money for companies—including Indianapolis-based Digonex Technologies Inc. and Fishers-based SteadyServ Technologies LLC—by persuading its clients to invest. But such investments, known as private placements, are risky by nature—and Noyes’ clients have not always been happy with the results.
The former Charles Schwab broker allegedly used a client’s tax refund for personal use, which led to his termination.
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.
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.
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.
Thomas. J. Buck, a former top investment broker who was fired by the local office of Merrill Lynch in 2015 after nearly 34 years with the firm, is scheduled to be sentenced next month after pleading guilty in January to one count of securities fraud.
Regulators say the broker violated industry rules by refusing to cooperate in the investigation of a customer complaint against him.
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.
Thomas. J. Buck, a former top investment broker who was fired by the local office of Merrill Lynch in 2015 after nearly 34 years with the firm, is now facing serious prison time, according to federal officials.
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.
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.
Authorities say David Girton failed to disclose several civil judgments and tax liens against him in a timely fashion, in violation of financial industry regulations.
FINRA permanently banned a former stockbroker from practicing in the securities industry after he refused to testify about an ongoing civil Ponzi scheme suit.