A former wirehouse advisor team with $350 million in assets has left Wells Fargo to join RBC Wealth Management-U.S.

The Krinsky, Eidson and Doege team join RBC's 20-advisor office Leawood, Kan., a suburb of Kansas City. The team has $1.8 million in production and will report to branch director Mark Borcherding, according to the company.

“I am happy to welcome this team to RBC,” said Borcherding in a statement. “Their experience and dedication for serving clients is a great asset to this branch and the Kansas City community.”

RBC recruited 39 advisors so far this fiscal year.

The team is led by veteran advisors Seymour Krinsky, Ken Eidson and Kyle Doege. Krinsky began his financial services career in 1983 with Prudential Securities, according to FINRA documents. Eidson also started his career in 1983 with Dain Bosworth and later joined Wells Fargo in 2000. Doege joined the firm in 2010.

Also moving to RBC are senior financial associate Beckie Holst, senior registered client associate Cheri Beard and senior client associate Patricia Vitale.


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