James Covell didn't set out to develop a roster of international clients. They just sort of showed up.

They started arriving in 2008. Back then, Covell, an RBC Wealth Management advisor based in New York, had a busy practice helping executives of public companies manage the proceeds from the exercise of their stock options. Then something unexpected started happening—as the operations of companies he worked with became more multinational, so did his advisory business.

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