Recent industry movement and recruitment activity.
Century City manager who spent her career with UBS will manage southern California region for expanding San Francisco bank, while veterans from Merrill and Credit Suisse move to J.P. Morgan in Dallas.
Lee, who has spent almost a decade apiece at Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney and J.P. Morgan, will be New York business leader for the San Francisco-based bank’s expanding East Coast wealth management activities.
Investment strategist is expected to provide research support to brokers Rockefeller hopes to hire from big-firm rivals.
International wealth head Colbert Narcisse to join TIAA as private wealth head Mandell Crawley expands his reach.
In another wirehouse-to-wirehouse rondo, UBS hires husband-wife team in Indianapolis from Merrill weeks after losing big producers in California to Morgan Stanley.
Former Merrill and Morgan Stanley executive Greg Fleming continues to build his operation with the help of his former teammates.
Nine-advisor team in Louisiana managing some $633 millon shifts to W-2 status with new broker-dealer.
Atlanta brokers David Kritzer and Christopher Castellaw shifted earlier this month, sandwiched between the losses of other UBS brokers in California and Ohio.
Recruits $4.3-million duo in Alabama, $1.7-million veteran in Mississippi and $1.5-million team in Boca Raton from wirehouse competitor on even of President’s Day weekend.
In addition to losing a Beantown duo said to be producing $3.5 million, Morgan Stanley bid farewell on Friday to a Boston complex manager who joined Raymond James.
Long-time partners George Fuchs and David Schulman, who have worked together since the late 1990s at Dean Witter and Smith Barney, had been serving clients with $1.5 billion at Wells Fargo.