The New Hampshire Bureau of Securities Regulation accused the firm of unlawfully soliciting clients on do-not-call lists
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Edward Jones's James Weddle and Robert Keenan of St. Bernard Financial Services Inc. were elected to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's Board of Governors at its annual meeting.
As selling stocks gets tougher, the number of brokers has dropped 12 percent since 2008 to about 363,000 last year. Edward Jones is finding success by sticking to its old ways.
The privately owned broker-dealer aims to expand 5% a year and hit 20,000 advisors nationwide by 2020, Mark Eberlin of Edward Jones says.
Edward Jones uses "questionable telemarketing" tactics to recruit customers, according to New Hampshire regulators.
Wells Fargo added a former Edward Jones advisor in Hudson, Ohio.