Wells Fargo promoted Dean Junkans to the new role of chief investment officer of both Wells Fargo Advisors and Wells Fargo Private Bank. Junkans previously served as chief investment officer of the private bank.
Raymond James hired two advisor teams from Merrill Lynch. Harry Wall, Marc Young, Timothy A. Campisano and Brent A. Carlton join in Louisville, Ky. They had $853 million in client assets under management and $2.7 million in fees and commissions, previously. Lee C. Vaughan, John F. Connelly and James L. Maddux join in Brentwood, Tenn. They had more than $140 million in client assets and $860,000 in production.
Janney Montgomery Scott promoted Steven Rivera to satellite branch manager in Hauppauge, N.Y., where he previously served as vice president of investments. Janney also hired Merrill Lynch advisor Peter H. Sargent in Yardley, Pa., who oversaw $250 million in client assets.
RBC Wealth added Morgan Stanley Smith Barney advisors George Feneis and Paul C. Granito in Paramus, N.J. They oversaw $350 million in assets and had almost $3 million in production. The firm also hired Oppenheimer advisor John Ebanietti in Paramus, N.J.
UBS hired Wells Fargo advisors Dmitry Farbman, Leo Khorolinsky and Paul Stepankovskiy in Northbrook, Ill.
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