Two top advisors from Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo were elected to IMCA's board of directors.

IMCA members chose for a two-year term Merrill Lynch senior advisor Keith R. Clemens and Todd Wagenberg of Wells Fargo. Both have over 20 years of experience in the wealth management business. 

Clemens is the first vice president of wealth management at Merrill in Alpharetta, Ga.  He already serves on the IMCA Wealth Management Committee.  He has been employed with Merrill since 1985.

Wagenberg is the senior institutional consultant at Wells Fargo Advisors in Birmingham, Mich., where he has been since July 2003. Prior to Wells, he worked for seven years at Prudential in New York. He has served on the IMCA Certification Commission since 2007.

IMCA also announced this week that Brett Wright, senior vice president at Delaware Investments in Philadelphia, was re-elected to serve a second two year term beginning in January.

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