RBC Wealth Management has strengthened its presence in Pittsburgh with the addition of five advisors with $2.8 million in combined production.

The firm has recruited Russell Sherred, Pamela Pasterick, Ken Kuska, Kathleen Corrales and Matthew Lawrence, who are listed in order of when they joined this year. All are former Morgan Stanley advisors and oversaw a total $380 million in client assets. 

“We are excited to welcome these five financial advisors, as we continue to expand our presence in the Pittsburgh area,” the senior managing director of the Pittsburgh complex, Ken M. Ross, said in a statement.  “These five new advisors bring a wealth of knowledge and industry expertise to RBC Wealth Management, as well as a dedication to being responsible stewards of our clients’ assets.”

Sherred, who has nearly four decades of experience, began his career in 1976 at Elkins & Co., according to registration records with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. In 1993, he moved to Citigroup, and joined Morgan Stanley in 2009.

A 17-year industry veteran, Pasterick began her career at Citigroup in 1996, according to FINRA.

Kuska has just under three decades of experience and began his career in 1984 at Norbay securities. He moved to Citigroup in 1992 and joined Morgan Stanley in 2009, according to registration records.

Corrales, who has just shy of a decade’s experience, registered with Citigroup in 2005.

Lawrence began his career in 1992 and served with UBS PaineWebber before joining Citigroup in 2001, registration records show.

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