Two advisers who oversaw more than $280 million in combined client assets joined Stifel, a company spokesman said.

RBC adviser Janice Reilly joined Stifel in Chicago as a senior vice president. While at RBC, Reilly oversaw about $94 million in client assets, according to Stifel.

She had been with RBC since 2004, according to FINRA BrokerCheck records.

Janice Reilly joined Stifel from RBC, where she had worked since 2004, according to FINRA BrokerCheck records.

Adviser William Krueger left Wells Fargo to join Stifel in Decatur, Illinois. Krueger managed approximately $184 million in client assets while at the wirehouse, according to Stifel.

Krueger started his advisory career at A.G. Edwards in 2001, per BrokerCheck. He stayed with the firm following its acquisition by Wells Fargo.

An RBC spokeswoman confirmed Reilly's departure, but otherwise declined to comment. A spokeswoman for Wells Fargo declined to comment.

Stifel has recently been on a recruiting push. Last month, the St. Louis-based brokerage firm picked up a team that managed $140 million in client assets from Wells Fargo. Father-and-son advisers Thomas and Bradley Schmidt joined Stifel in Chesterfield, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis.

Stifel also recently announced it was buying City Financial, an Indianapolis-based brokerage firm that has 40 advisers.

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