Pennsylvania broker joining the advisory rollup leads team in Lebanon with $230 million in assets.
Florida advisor says he didn’t ask questions about rumored sale of the firm he joined.
Thomas H. Brown, head of East Coast recruiting at the Chicago-based “rollup,” is the latest senior departure.
One broker jumps to an RIA in the state, but HighTower said it picked up a recruiter from Wells Fargo’s independent channel.
Leo J. Kelly and Joel Guth, whose firms respectively managed more than $2 billion and $1 billion respectively, cut their ties with Chicago-based aggregator last week.
Chicago-based “roll-up” expects to add $6.5 billion from ten firms.
Stifel finds a new producing branch manager for its fledgling Atlanta branch while HighTower picks up a duo in a leafy New York suburb.
Seeks return of $230,000 in severance, alleging the recruiter maligned firm to advisors, current and former employees and competitors in violation of exit agreement.