A Wells Fargo regional brokerage manager left the firm to join RBC Wealth Management, marking the regional firm's latest wirehouse hire.
Charles Carson now serves as director of RBC's Houston complex, which is comprised of 43 advisers working in four branch offices, a spokeswoman said. The firm tapped him to oversee operations there because of his success in recruiting adviser talent and growing revenue, Darryl Traweek, director of RBC Wealth Management’s west division, said.
"His industry knowledge, leadership skills and experience make him a great fit to grow and lead our Houston-area offices," Traweek said in a statement.
Carson started his financial services career at American Express Financial Advisors in 1986, according to FINRA BrokerCheck records. He became an adviser himself in 1991, later moving into management, RBC said.
He moved from Merrill Lynch to Wells Fargo in 2012.
A spokeswoman for Wells Fargo was not available for immediate comment.
RBC has been pushing to add more advisers. At the same time, all the wirehouses except Wells Fargo have announced recruiting cutbacks.
Among RBC's most recent hires was a Morgan Stanley team that generated $2 million in annual revenue, according to regional firm. In June, RBC tapped a wirehouse branch manager to lead its Chicago office.
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