Recent industry movement and recruitment activity.
Adam Shafiroff reunites with former colleagues at Barclays who Stifel absorbed four years ago.
After 11 years at UBS and seven at Lehman Brothers, Michael Wallace joins Greg Fleming’s New York-based boutique as its second southern California broker.
Rick Blosser, a Forbes Top 250 broker, left Wells’s private client group on Thursday to join a seven-year-old California registered investment advisory firm.
Miami broker, whose Merrill career collapsed in August over alleged lobbying improprieties, affiliates with the New England-based private banking company.
Father-son group who were overseeing about $216 million had ties from their Ragen MacKenzie days to Stifel’s Seattle-area branch manager.
Private Wealth group advisors, led by a pair of 30-year Merrill veteran, are relocating to Palm Beach, Fla., from Chicago.
Brokers, who each have more than 30 years of industry experience, worked independently in a suburban St. Louis branch and are believed to have collectively produced about $5.5 million.
Finra statistical report says just 1% of the securities industry’s 630,000 registered representatives changed firms in 2018 compared to 4% in the prior year.