Raymond James says three advisors managing $300 million joined it from Merrill Lynch, while an advisor working with about $120 million moved to it from Wells Fargo.
Moving to RJ’s independent channel in Sandusky, Ohio, from Merrill are Dustin Ness, CFP; Chris Nuetzel, CFP; and Keith Sweigert. They do business as Waterstreet Financial.
to Raymond James Financial Services (RJFS) – the firm’s independent broker/dealer – in Sandusky, Ohio, according to David Sisemore, regional director for RJFS’ Independent Contractor Division.
According to Ness: “At Raymond James, we can exhibit autonomy and freedom while receiving the support we need to serve our clients effectively. Since transitioning, it has already been clear that our team has the full support of the firm. “
Ness has been in the business for about 15 years, while Nuetzel has 32 years of industry experience. Sweigert has worked as an advisor for 11 years.
Raymond James’ independent also recently welcomed Justin G. Davis, CFP, in Fort Collins, Colorado, from Wells Fargo Advisors, where he previously managed some $120 million in client assets.
Davis’ practice is Impact Financial Strategies. He has almost 20 years in the business, having started his career in 2001 with A.G. Edwards.
(Impact Financial Strategies is also affiliated with Concurrent Advisors, an advisor-owned partnership of independent practices affiliated with Raymond James Financial Services.)