Wells Fargo has ushered in 26 financial advisors with $3.7 billion in assets so far this year.

Of those hires, 17 advisors have joined Wells Fargo Advisors in the firm’s standalone branches from rival firms including Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and Davenport & Co. The remaining nine additions join the firm’s independent brokerage business Financial Network, also known as FiNet, from Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and Raymond James.

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