A former Barclays executive has joined UBS, a spokesman for the wirehouse confirmed.
John Houlihan will serve as UBS' newest complex manager, On Wall Street reports exclusively, overseeing the firm's Long Island, N.Y. complex. Houlihan, a native Long Islander, now oversees five offices in Jericho, Garden City, Melville, Southampton, and Port Jefferson.
Houlihan previously served as a regional manager in Atlanta for Barclays Wealth Management, which is set to be acquired later this year by Stifel Financial. Houlihan a 20-year industry veteran, left that position in mid-July, according to On Wall Street reporting. Barclays declined to comment.
He joined Barclays in 2012 after spending two decades at Morgan Stanley, according to UBS. During his time at Morgan, Houlihan was a financial advisor and later a branch manager of the firm's office in Smithtown, N.Y., which is also on Long Island.
In 2008, Houlihan relocated to Atlanta to oversee the firm's complex there, which had 125 advisors and approximately $15 billion in assets, according to UBS.
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