Recent industry movement and recruitment activity.
RSA Group led by Neil Rubenstein and James Sandfort is first in Texas for Greg Fleming’s family office venture, comes same day as Merrill lost $736,000 producer in New York to Morgan Stanley.
Million-dollar team in Illinois shifts to rival wirehouse in relatively rare move.
Advisor managing $1 billion when he was unexpectedly discharged in April has set up independent advisory firm in Ohio using Dynasty operational and Schwab custodial services.
Atlanta-based Bruce D. Smith creates Sports Advisory Group after his wirehouse “Sports Consulting Group” practice dissolves.
At least five brokers in four states have migrated to Wells in recent weeks as it bulks up deals to replenish its salesforce.
Advisors who oversaw about $800 million for 225 families joined Sanctuary Wealth, founded last year a former Merrill regional manager.
Don Gorsch, a 25-year UBS vet, walked out of the southern California branch he has managed for 21 years last week.
After leading San Francisco office for last four-and-a-half years, former Seahawks and Penn State defensive back will move to manage a complex in Florida.
Promotes Miami associate market executive Sabeen Villani to run its north Florida market and shifts veteran Chris Miller in Pennsylvania to oversee some 300 advisors in Dallas.
After an 18-year career with Oppenheimer, Larry Goldstein affiliates with Cetera’s Summit Brokerage in search of a bigger payout.