Charles Schwab Stock Losses

The Charles Schwab Corporation was founded in 1971. Originally, the company was named First Commander Corporation. Two years into its existence, the company changed its name to the one it currently has: the Charles Schwab Corporation. This name came from the founder and principle stockholder of the company at the time, Charles R. Schwab. 

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Raymond James Financial Stock Losses

Raymond James Financial, based in St. Petersburg, Florida, is a full service broker-dealer with approximately 6500 registered representatives in over 2600 offices throughout the world. 

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Merrill Lynch Stock Losses

 Merrill Lynch has traditionally been one of the largest broker-dealers. After the merger with Bank of America, the combined company has approximately 15,000 registered representatives managing over $2 trillion in client assets.  

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Royal Bank of Canada Stock Losses

Royal Bank of Canada, RBC, is a full-service Canadian broker-dealer with its U.S. headquarters located in Minnesota.

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Edward Jones Stock Losses

Edward Jones is based in St. Louis, MO with over 11,000 registered representatives in 10,000 offices around the country.

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Wells Fargo Advisors Stock Losses

Wells Fargo Advisors is a broker-dealer based in St. Louis, MO, with over 15,000 registered representatives in offices around the country.

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UBS Financial Services Stock Losses

UBS Financial Services is a Switzerland based financial services company with financial advisors working in over 50 countries.

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Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Stock Losses

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney (MSSB) is a full-service broker-dealer based in New York. After Morgan Stanley’s acquisition of Smith Barney, the firm has over 18,000 registered representatives working throughout the country. 

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Stifel Nicolaus Stock Losses

Stifel Nicolaus is a full-service broker-dealer based in St. Louis, MO with offices all over the country. 

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