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Wells Fargo FiNet Pulls in $5-Mln UBS Team in New Hampshire

June 30, 2022 Share This Robert Russamano, Doug Frizzell and Jonathan Martin have left UBS to join Wells Fargo’s independent Financial Network channel in Manchester, New Hampshire. A three-advisor UBS Wealth Management USA team managing $525 million in client assets in Manchester, New Hampshire has decamped for Wells Fargo Advisors’ independent Financial Network channel. Taking […]

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Finra Raps Ex-Morgan Stanley Broker Who Said Deceased Client Had Authorized Distributions

June 30, 2022 Share This Advisorhub/Mason Braswell The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority showed little sympathy for a 36-year industry veteran in Michigan who it alleged falsely identified a deceased customer as having authorized disbursements from a trust.  The regulator issued a $7,500 fine and two-month suspension against Paul C. DeMark, a former Morgan Stanley broker […]

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Citigroup’s Family Office Clients Are Seizing on the Market’s Wild Swings

June 29, 2022 by Bloomberg News | | | Share This (Bloomberg) — Family offices with at least $1 billion in assets are boosting their investments amid market swings fueled by recent geopolitical and macroeconomic turbulence, a Citigroup Inc. executive said. “Some of our very large family office clients are taking advantage of the volatility,” […]

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UBS to Pay $25 Million For Fraud Tied to ‘YES’ Options Strategy: SEC

June 29, 2022 Share This JHVEPhoto – stock.adobe.com UBS Wealth Management USA has agreed to a censure and to pay $25 million to settle fraud charges tied to improper sales of a complex options-spread strategy dubbed YES (Yield Enhancement Strategy), according to a Securities and Exchange Commission order on Wednesday.  The SEC said that UBS’s […]

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Some Carrier Embedded Android Apps May Have Security Vulnerabilities

Recently, Microsoft reported high severity security vulnerabilities in multiple apps offered by large international mobile service providers.  What makes this especially noteworthy is the fact that these vulnerabilities aren’t app specific, but framework specific.  Many carriers use the same basic framework to construct their apps and now all have been found to contain vulnerabilities. The […]

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Millions Of MySQL Server Users’ Data Found On The Internet

Do you maintain a MySQL server?  If so, you’re certainly not alone.  What you may not know is that according to research conducted by The Shadowserver Foundation, (a cybersecurity research group) there are literally millions of MySQL servers visible on the internet that shouldn’t be. In all, the group found more than 3.6 million MySQL […]

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Microsoft Releases Multiple New Features For Teams

Teams was “just another Microsoft application” before the pandemic.  Thanks to Covid-19 though, demand for video conferencing solutions shot through the roof, and suddenly Teams found its groove. Microsoft had been gamely trying to bolster its popularity and the pandemic certainly helped. For more than two years, the Redmond giant has been pouring an increasing […]

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Intel Users Should Update Firmware To Avoid This Ransomware

Not long ago, researchers at Eclypsium got a lucky break.  An unknown and unidentified individual began leaking communications from inside the Conti ransomware organization. These leaked communications seemed to confirm what has long been suspected:  That there are strong ties between the Conti gang and Russia’s FSB (military intelligence). This sounds like something right out […]

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The CEO of Wayfair Has Helped Revolutionize Digital Shopping for 20 Years. Here’s How He Handles Rocky Economic Conditions.

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. During the first year of the coronavirus pandemic, ecommerce business soared as lockdowns kept shoppers indoors and focused on sprucing up their homes. Although a fundamental shift from traditional big-box retailers to online home purveyors was already in progress, the pandemic sped up the transition at lightning […]

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