Barclays Wealth has added five investment representatives in New York, bringing the firm to 50 total new advisors hired in the Americas this year.

The five new hires include two managing directors, Jack Broderick and Bill Belleville, who join from Credit Suisse Private Banking; two advisors from Credit Suisse Private Banking, Michael Gordon and Scott Madison, and Jefferies & Co. advisor Jonathan Sopher.

Broderick previously spent 15 years at Credit Suisse, most recently serving as a private banking relationship manager in New York. While at Credit Suisse, Broderick also led the firm’s monetization services group in London and helped to develop an investment platform for European clients in New York. Prior to that, Broderick spent seven years at Lehman Brothers’ execution services desk.

Belleville spent 10 years at Credit Suisse, where he helped develop investments for high-net-worth individuals, family offices and foundations. Before that, he held positions focusing on fixed -income derivatives and structured products at Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, First Continental Trading and Merrill Lynch.

Gordon and Madison both join Barclays as directors after spending the past three years at Credit Suisse focusing on high net worth individuals and families, family offices and private foundation clients. Prior to that, Gordon served for six years in the private client group at Jefferies. Madison also previously worked in the private client group at Jefferies, as well as at the private bank at Goldman Sachs.

Sopher also joins Barclays as a director, after having served in wealth management roles at Jefferies, Prudential Securities and Wachovia Securities.

All five hires report to New York regional manager Mark Stevenson.

Lorie Konish writes for On Wall Street.





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