Two advisers with $123 million in combined client assets have gone independent with Well Fargo, according to a firm spokeswoman.

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Mark Standring and Greg Bowden, based in Yardley, Pennsylvania, have joined the Princeton Group, an independent practice of the Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network, the spokeswoman said.

Prior to joining FiNet, Standring had been with Morgan Stanley since 2009, where he oversaw client assets worth $67 million, according to the spokeswoman. Standring entered the industry in 1999 with Citigroup, per FINRA BrokerCheck records.

Bowden managed assets worth $56 million, the spokeswoman said.

Prior to going independent, Bowden had been with UBS since 2009 and before that spent six years with Morgan Stanley, FINRA BrokerCheck records show.

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