Janney Montgomery Scott says it recruited five advisors with some $445 million of clients assets from Wells Fargo in Connecticut and New York.
According to Janney, these advisors have more than 120 years of combined financial services industry experience.
Joining the firm’s Fairfield, Connecticut, branch office are Glenn Ratcliffe, who will serve as first vice president-investments and assistant complex manager of the firm’s Connecticut branch offices; Samuel Sammarco, senior vice president-wealth management; and William “Bill” Moore, vice president-wealth management.
In Syracuse, New York, the new Janney staff include William “Bill” Nice, vice president-wealth management, and Lorrie Frawley, senior register private client associate.
“These highly experienced advisors have dedicated their careers to providing clients with the highest quality advice and service,” said Jerry Lombard, president of Janney’s Private Client Group, in a statement.