Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management have hauled in a total of 11 new advisors from competing firms including UBS, Oppenheimer, Wells Fargo and Merrill Lynch.

In New York, Jason Haberman, Robert Brevetti and William Collins joined the firm’s midtown Manhattan complex this month from UBS, where they each spent seven years. Together, they previously had $3.4 million in annual fees and commissions. Their assets under management were not disclosed. They report to complex manager Ben Firestein.

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