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July 14, 2020

Wells Fargo CEO on 2Q Earnings: ‘We Are Extremely Disappointed’
The net income of Wells Fargo's wealth and investment management business slumped 70% year-over-year.
JPMorgan Asset and Wealth Mgmt AUM Up 15% YoY
Net income in the business, however, inched down from the previous quarter and year-over-year due to soaring provisions for credit losses.
Merrill, Ex-Broker Face Probe Over $200M Alleged Losses
Sources tell CNBC the New Hampshire Bureau of Securities Regulation has reached out to the wirehouse with client complaints and settlement talks are already underway.
Name-Dropping Taylor Swift, Bill Gates Gets This Ex-LPL Broker Barred
Dain Stokes allegedly raised at least $576,000 for a bogus charity, in part by claiming connection to the pop star and the Microsoft co-founder. 
Lessons for FAs from Past Investor Behavior During a Crisis
Survey findings show advisors could do a better job providing more clarity on their advisory and investment plans.
How 'Sophisticated Planning' is an RIA Differentiator
John Bahnken, president of Citizens Bank Wealth Management, shares how RIAs can stand out among a pool of fiduciaries and value-add service providers.  Video [ 2:35 ]   Transcript  
Most U.S. Investors Want More Help from FAs in Wake of Covid-19
And despite concerns about another market drop, most investors see opportunity in volatility. 
Non-Traditional Work Past the Age of 62 May Help Retirement Security 
A recent report concludes that non-traditional work arrangements, such as independent contracting, may close retirement security gap better than traditional jobs.