A former Wells Fargo adviser who managed $154 million in client assets jumped to RBC, the firm said.
Thomas Pink, who generated over $1 million in production at Wells Fargo, joined RBC’s office in Stillwater, Minnesota, which is part of the St. Paul complex, according to the firm. He reports to complex director Rob Andringa.
“Thomas works tirelessly to help his clients with their wealth management needs,” said Andringa. “He is extremely well-respected in the local community and will make a great addition to RBC.”
The regional firm also named Pink a senior vice-president. Joining him on the team is Tyanna Graner, registered client associate, the firm said.
Pink has 16 years of industry experience, FINRA BrokerCheck records show. He got his start with Wells Fargo and had worked in Minneapolis his entire career before leaving the wirehouse.
A Wells Fargo spokeswoman declined to comment on Pink’s departure. His departure comes after seven other advisers left the wirehouse in October, including a four-member, $343 million team that moved to Baird this week.
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