After losing advisors to rival firms in recent weeks, UBS says it grabbed a team managing $400 million in client assets from Morgan Stanley.

Advisors Frank Coiro, Larry Glickstein and Brian Frey, earned $2.7 million in annual revenues while at Morgan. The trio operates as the Coiro-Glickstein Group. They will join UBS’s New York office and report to managing director Mara Glassel.

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