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Rising above the rest
On Wall Street each year ranks the highest-producing advisers in wealth management who are under 40. These planners have youth and determination in common, plus a work ethic that sets them apart from others in a competitive field.

Finalists had to be no older than 39 as of Dec. 31, 2016 and be employed at the wirehouses, regional broker-dealers or boutique wealth management firms. Production totals were used to determine the rankings.

To learn who made nos. 11 to 20 in this latest ranking, click through our slideshow.

Don't forget to also check out the first two groups in this latest ranking: nos. 21 to 30 and 31 to 40.
No. 20: Seth Haye
Firm: Morgan Stanley
Age: 36
Production: $2,871,453
AUM: $355,609,066
No. 19: David Kron
Firm: Wells Fargo
Age: 39
Production: $2,899,999
AUM: $739,930,427
No. 18: John Hammond
Firm: Merrill Lynch
Age: 37
Production: $2,943,057
AUM: $798,724,139
No. 17: Christopher Vollmer
Firm: RBC
Age: 37
Production: $2,950,000
AUM: $1,200,000,000
No. 16: Umesh Trikha
Firm: Merrill Lynch
Age: 34
Production: $2,951,905
AUM: $1,126,127,646
No. 15: Camper O'Neal
Firm: Merrill Lynch
Age: 34
Production: $3,093,468
AUM: $559,040,814
No. 14: James Fink
Firm: Alex. Brown, a division of Raymond James
Age: 35
Production: $3,112,125
AUM: $1,396,567,010
No. 13: Keith Apton
Firm: UBS
Age: 38
Production: $3,214,676
AUM: $840,552,586
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No. 12: Steven Principe
Firm: Morgan Stanley
Age: 39
Production: $3,491,345
AUM: $522,091,235
No. 11: Matthew Offen
Firm: Morgan Stanley
Age: 37
Production: $3,730,041
AUM: $629,344,955