Recent industry movement and recruitment activity.
David Reiser and a junior partner leave Morgan Stanley, citing the technology and wealth management tools that the “boutique” can offer their clients.
Duo in Syracuse, New York, spent most of their careers at Wells and its A.G. Edwards predecessor.
Seattle advisor with 17 years’ experience jumps to D.A. Davidson while New York City broker ranked recently as a top “next-gen advisor” joins RBC.
In a late-spring flurry, lifetime Merrill broker in Boston joins rival wirehouse while a Florida broker who earned his spurs at UBS and Morgan Stanley slides to Raymond James.
Rhode Island team that was managing about $340 million joins independent broker’s “private client group,” an RIA aiming to provide more support and lower payout than in a traditional Kestra arrangement.
Husband-and-wife team of Bosnian emigrants and a junior advisor open independent financial planning shop in Buffalo, NY.