An advisor, who generated $1.6 million in production while at J.P. Morgan has left to rejoin RBC after six years, according to the firm.

Bob Cordiak returned to RBC's Dallas office, where he had worked before moving to J.P. Morgan in 2009. While at the J.P. Morgan, Cordiak oversaw $160 million in client assets, RBC said. He is accompanied by Emily Selin, a registered client associate.

Cordiak started his career in 1986 with Painewebber, and initially joined RBC in 1998, according to FINRA’s BrokerCheck records. 

“Because of our firm’s guiding principle, client stewardship, Bob determined that RBC Wealth Management was the best place for him to be to continue best serve his clients’ needs, grow his practice and ultimately finish his career well,” said Andy Teller, Director of RBC’s Dallas Executive complex.              

Last month, RBC grabbed big ticket teams with combined assets of over $1.3 billion from Merrill Lynch.

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