St. Louis, MO 63131
No. advisers: 14,500
No. franchises: 12,500
For 90 years, Edward Jones has focused on being the first choice of the serious long-term, individual investor. The firm manages $900 billion in assets under care with a single goal: providing tailored solutions for clients through community-based Financial Advisors. When experienced Financial Advisors move to Edward Jones, they enjoy the autonomy and support to build and run their practice. Edward Jones provides office space, a branch office administrator,equipment and resources, a robust product offering and research, as well as extensive support through mentors, regional leaders and experts at the home office to help experienced advisors take their practice to the next level. In fact, the On Wall Street 2015 Financial Advisor Compensation Study ranked Edward Jones compensation highest across production levels $2 million, $1 million and $600,000, compared to wirehouses, super regionals and regionals. (Source: On Wall Street, April 2016.)
SEE WHY EXPERIENCED ADVISORS MOVE TO EDWARD JONES.
The Edward Jones business model is attractive to experienced Financial Advisors because it offers something unique. In a partnership, without quarterly demands from shareholders, Edward Jones is able to invest in technology and training to meet the changing demands of our industry. Financial Advisors are empowered with the tools they need to help their clients meet their financial goals and achieve long-term success.
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February 16, 2017 - T. Rowe Price has been sued for self-dealing in its 401(k) plan, becoming the most recent in a growing list of financial services companies being targeted for allegedly acting out of financial self-interest in the construction of their retirement plans....
January 26, 2017 - JPMorgan Chase & Co. has been sued by a participant in its 401(k) plan for allegedly causing employees to pay millions of dollars in excessive fees through a scheme motivated by â€śself-interest.â€ť The plaintiff claims JPMorgan, as well as various board...
January 4, 2017 - Prudential Financial and CAPTRUST Financial Advisors have defeated allegations of fiduciary breach in a 401(k) lawsuit against the two companies and the employer sponsoring the retirement plan. Connecticut district court judge Victor A. Bolden granted...
December 2, 2016 - Wells Fargo Advisors has elected to keep commission retirement accounts intact under a Labor Department regulation governing investment advice, a decision that comes as uncertainty looms over the rule's fate. The wirehouse made its announcement to its...
November 27, 2016 - John Maynard Keynes described Wall Street as being like a beauty contest where the judges don't choose the best-looking candidates. Instead, they choose who everyone else thinks are the best candidates. And those opinions can change suddenly. Up until...
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