Financial services firm Wells Fargo Advisors has hired three financial advisers who between them were overseeing client assets worth more than $300 million, The Wall Street Journal reports. Joseph Jaworski has joined the brokerage unit of San Francisco–based Wells Fargo & Co. from new wealth management firm Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Melville, where he spent more than two years.
Robert Iorii, Jr. and Robert Iorii, Sr. have also joined Wells Fargo from UBS’ Wealth Management Americas. The duo, who were with UBS for about seven years, yielded approximately $1.9 million in fees and commissions and handled about $150 million in customer assets.
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