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Recruiting Roundup: Ameriprise Adds UBS Rep, RBC Taps Complex Chief

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In Troy, Michigan, Dean Weaver left UBS behind to join the Ameriprise employee channel. Weaver, who manages about $261 million in assets, now reports to branch manager Christopher Ohlert and complex director Mark Feiler. Weaver went into the business 17 years ago, when he joined UBS.

Also in the Midwest, RBC Wealth Management named Tom Schulenberg as director of the Minneapolis complex. Schulenberg, who joined the firm in 2005 as director of the Wayzata branch, had been named director of RBC Wealth Management’s Edina office last year.

In Minneapolis, he will oversee the Minneapolis, Edina, Wayzata and Minnetonka offices and will be responsible for more than 100 financial advisors.

At Deutsche Bank Wealth Management, Coley Jellinghaus joined as managing director and head of structured products and capital markets solutions, and Kjeld Engberg will join as head of structuring, both within the firm’s U.S. global product and solutions structured products team.

The two left Credit Suisse behind, where Jellinghaus had served as the head of structured products for private Banking, North America, and Engberg was a director and head of structuring, structured products.

“Coley and Kjeld bring the right mix of experience developing structured products investment solutions for ultra-high-net-worth clients as we build out our Americas business,” Patrick Campion, head of Deutsche Bank WM, Americas, said in a statement.

At T. Rowe Price, Michael Park has been named head of the registered investment advisor and regional banks segments in its U.S. intermediaries business unit. Park, who will report to John Halaby, head of the financial institutions group, U.S. intermediaries, was formerly regional sales manager at Vanguard.

And at law firm Wilmer Hale, Lorraine Echavarria, former head of enforcement in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Los Angeles office, has joined the firm’s securities litigation and enforcement practice.

Echavarria was at the SEC for 15 years, most recently serving as associate regional director.

Read the Oct. 5 Recruiting Roundup at ThinkAdvisor.


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