Janney Montgomery Scott’s recruitment efforts are off to a promising start this year, according to the firm’s private client group president, Jerry Lombard.

So far, the firm has picked up three advisors with approximately $3.6 million in production and plans to add nearly 60 advisors in the remainder of the year. The new hires are part of a plan put into place last October when the firm tapped Andrew Kistler, a 30-year industry veteran from Stifel Nicolaus, to be regional manager in charge of building out the firm’s Southeastern presence.

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