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Q1 breakaways
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HighTower opens new year with a bang, grabs $1B Wells Fargo team
Michael Germano Steward Partners adviser
Steward Partners' recruiting streak continues with $100M hire
Winkler-Kaiser-Samara Capital
Ex-Union Bank duo with $480M in combined AUM goes indie
Michelle Begina Snowden Lane adviser
Snowden Lane hires Morgan Stanley adviser for $400M team
$300M adviser goes indie with Dynasty Financial Partners
Brian Buckley Dynasty financial adviser photo
Morgan Stanley adviser with $600M goes indie with Dynasty
Joel Talish HighTower photo cropped
HighTower recruits a second $1B wirehouse team
The license obtained by UBS allows the firm to manage assets for institutional and high-net-worth investors in the world’s second-largest economy for the first time.
UBS advisers jump to HighTower
A visitor enters the UBS Group AG's headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, on Thursday, July 23, 2015. UBS Group AG and Morgan Stanley increased the assets they manage for the world's wealthiest people to more than $2 trillion for the first time, according to a study. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg
Campbell Deegan Financial founders Tim Deegan and  Sean Campbell
Merrill breakaways with $575M in AUM launch new firm
Icon Wealth Partners, Houston RIA
Wirehouse advisers with $750M in combined AUM go indie with Dynasty
Ryan Kirby and Christopher Hayes, Snowden Lane Partners
Snowden Lane grabs $160M Merrill team in latest hire
Xerxes Mullan, Avestar Capital
Merrill breakaway launches RIA with an eye on cross-border wealth
Ashley Banks and Donna Carroll independent advisers at Raymond James
$112M wirehouse duo goes indie with Raymond James
Raymond James
$160M adviser leaves Wells Fargo for Steward Partners
Ameriprise financial bloomberg
Ameriprise recruits advisers with $220M in AUM