Recent industry movement and recruitment activity.
Chicago broker dismissed from Morgan Stanley’s private client unit after he was pictured in an inappropriate social media posting lands at Raymond James’ high-net worth Alex. Brown unit.
Separately, UBS hired a novice broker to supplement a big Boston team and nabbed a bank-based broker in Ohio.
Nationally ranked advisor Ira Mark, one of the biggest producers in RBC Wealth’s New York City complex, returned to Morgan Stanley with five associates.
Mother-son team overseeing $500 million in assets joins Rockefeller in Dallas, following arrival in Houston last week of a $300 million-asset team from UBS.
Miami duo with around 75 clients and half a century of experience at BNY Mellon Wealth Management join Connecticut bank founded by brokerage firm graybeards.
The Minneapolis-based firm touts that it has recruited advisors representing a record $20 billion in assets year-to-date.
Broker, who was discharged in June for having an assistant complete mandatory training modules on his behalf, says he has learned his lesson.
Trio with 106 years of experience left Wells Fargo for RayJay’s Alex. Brown UHNW division, while seven-person UBS team opens a Kansas City for Raymond James and Associates.