Advisor Ileana Platt has left Barclay’s Bank, where she produced more than $2 million in annual revenue, to join RBC Wealth Management.

Platt is taking an advisor position in RBC’s Miami office as part of the firm’s International Advisory Group-USA. She has two decades of experience working in the financial services industry, having started at Citicorp in 1994, according to FINRA documents. She also worked at Credit Suisse’s Miami office from 2003 to 2012.

While at Barclays, Platt specialized in advising clients from Latin America, according a statement from RBC.

“Ileana’s vast experience in international banking makes her a welcome addition to our growing team,” said Ricardo Morean, a director with RBC Wealth Management-U.S., in a statement.

Since it was launched in 2010, the international advisory group has grown to 29 advisors, according to RBC.


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