Rockefeller Capital Management
Bruce Tenenbaum, who was overseeing some $1 billion in customer assets at UBS, is first broker hired by Greg Fleming’s firm on the West Coast.
Rockefeller names Matt Panarese to run Philadelphia wealth unit, while Wedbush replaces longtime brokerage head with Chris Mone, another former Wilmington Trust regional head.
Investment strategist is expected to provide research support to brokers Rockefeller hopes to hire from big-firm rivals.
RBC Wealth’s recruiting head Michael Parker and Merrill’s Dallas market manager Michael Armondo, each of whom have 24 years of brokerage experience, will join to build Greg Fleming’s enterprise in the Northeast and Texas.
Former Merrill and Morgan Stanley executive Greg Fleming continues to build his operation with the help of his former teammates.
The regulator’s board considers requiring broker-dealers with a high percentage of high-risk brokers to disclose more about themselves to the public.
For the third time in a month, the recapitalized multi-family office run by former Morgan Stanley executive Greg Fleming has nabbed a Thundering Herd team in the Peachtree State.
Greg Fleming fills in more of his management team, naming a longtime official with Goldman’s Ayco financial planning unit to run his firm’s multi-family office business.
Anthony Grosso, who spent much of his 36-year career soliciting Silicon Valley wealth, will focus on recruiting private wealth advisors to Greg Fleming’s newly capitalized family office.
Tom Epperson and Justin Ryan, who oversaw about $2 billion of customer assets combined, join Greg Fleming’s new venture.