Fueled by its private equity recapitalization, the Chicago-based aggregator of RIA firms inks its biggest single-office deal since its founding.
James Pupillo, who joined the “rollup” in 2012 from Morgan Stanley’s “institutional” Graystone unit, sets up independent RIA on even of HighTower’s transition to new owner.
Under new ownership structure, the RIA “rollup” formed to lure top wirehouse brokers loses national sales head Kim Papedis and the high-profile “chief branding strategist” it hired last summer.
California advisor David Bahnsen, after making waves about pardoning Michael Milken, says GOP tax plan is a mess for individuals.
Pennsylvania broker joining the advisory rollup leads team in Lebanon with $230 million in assets.
Florida advisor says he didn’t ask questions about rumored sale of the firm he joined.
Thomas H. Brown, head of East Coast recruiting at the Chicago-based “rollup,” is the latest senior departure.
One broker jumps to an RIA in the state, but HighTower said it picked up a recruiter from Wells Fargo’s independent channel.