Recent industry movement and recruitment activity.
Broker in Oregon joins Wells after regional career while Wells vet in North Carolina says he is done with wirehouses.
Greenville, SC, advisor with 35 years of experience shifts to a practice that younger colleagues from Wells started last April.
Co-head of a seven-person group in Connecticut goes solo to a regional broker-dealer’s office that includes several alumni of the Thundering Herd.
Raymond James matches 12-year broker with Morgan Keegan sales associate to form new team while a trio with 67 years behind them at Advest and Wells joins RBC.
Advisor is believed to be the largest producer to have left Morgan Stanley since its exit from the Protocol for Broker Recruiting.
County court judge in central Texas turns down Morgan Stanley’s attempt to prevent veteran father-son team from contacting their former clients.
After ending 2017 with a wave of big hires in its “boutique wealth management unit,” the bank is broadening its base beyond legacy Bear Stearns offices.
High-net worth unit of Raymond James lures a broker and his assistant from the wirehouse three weeks after it left the industry pact.
Jeff Schottenstein in San Francisco and Stuart Wechsler in Greenwich join the aggressive West Coast private wealth bank, boasting $11 million of sales in the last year.
Nineteen-year veteran becomes Florida-based firm’s sixth Beantown broker as it continues northern expansion.
Chris Barton, a 22-year veteran of Smith Barney and Morgan Stanley, hired to develop new markets for Washington, DC-based Steward Partners.