Following news that Merrill Lynch Wealth Management lost several advisor teams to rivals this week, the firm is pushing back with three advisor hires of its own from competing wirehouse firms.
The new hires oversaw about $337 million in client assets while at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and Wells Fargo.
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