Raymond James & Associates has lured veteran Wells Fargo financial advisor John M. Fagan and two of his team members to its St. Louis office.

Fagan joins the firm after previously managing $206 million in client assets and generating more than $900,000 in annual fees and commissions.

Fagan has been registered with Raymond James since Nov. 11, according to his public registration records with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Fagan first joined A.G. Edwards in 1990, and stayed with the firm through its subsequent transitions under Wachovia and Wells Fargo.

Other members of Fagan’s team also making the move to Wells Fargo include his son Charles Fagan, who is also a financial advisor, and Linda Rhoades, a senior registered sales associate.

Both Charles Fagan and Rhoades also transitioned to Wells Fargo from A.G. Edwards. Charles Fagan first joined A.G. Edwards in January 2006, FINRA records show, while Rhoades had been registered with that firm since December 1996.

The team reports to St. Louis complex manager Michael O’Meara.



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