Morgan Stanley Smith Barney has hired three financial advisors with more than $8 million in production from UBS Financial Services.

In Short Hills, N.J., Brad Nettune joined MSSB on Oct. 28 from UBS. Nettune previously had more than $500 million in client assets under management and had $3.27 million in annual fees and commissions.

Nettune had been with UBS since September 2007, according to his registration records with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, and was with Bear Stearns before that from October 2001.

Nettune reports to complex manager Jeffrey S. Crystal.

In Atlanta, Mark D. Rosenberg and Fred Weingart, who operate under the name Rosenberg Group, joined MSSB on Nov. 2. Their team previously oversaw $452 million in client assets and had $4.99 million in annual fees and commissions.

Rosenberg now serves as financial advisor and managing director. He joined UBS in August 2000, according to FINRA records, and has also served at J.C. Bradford & Co. and CIBC World Markets.

Weingart is now financial advisor and first vice president, and previously joined UBS in October 2002, his records with FINRA show.

Joining MSSB with their team is relationship manager Tina-Marie Bryant and client service associate Roberta Berman. The team reports to branch manager Chip Anderson.






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