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- Bank of America mortgage bankers are stop frustration on call quotas, cross-selling mandates and a new compensation system
- the bankers, brokers and big money transforming litigation funding from the haste of lawyers to a multi-billion dollar asset class
- Merrill Lynch finally gives answers to training advisors prohibits cold calls and shortens the development program
- Meet 11 from Wall Street top crypto experts that help investors understand and trade mania
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Bank of America has lost dozens of sellers from its mortgage unit, sources say. The departures came after changes in job responsibilities, salary structure and loan standards. Read on here.
Litigation funding is growing, with $ 11 billion invested or ready to invest in lawsuits. What was once a niche industry is now teeming with consultants, bankers, and state-owned companies. Here is that shapes the land.
The company said it would ban cold calls, shorten the program and target high graduation rates. Merrill had suspended cold calls from interns last year after a series of outreach-related violations. Get the full rundown here.
Meet the 11 Crypto Brains from Wall Street Companies like JPMorgan, Bank of America, and Morgan Stanley Who Help Clients Understand Mania – and Invest In It Successfully
The pros told us how they got involved in crypto research, and shared their industry outlook.
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