Wells Fargo poached four advisors managing more than $450 million in client assets from rivals UBS and Morgan Stanley.
Father-and-son advisors Alan and Charles Glick and their assistant, Pearl Beria, left Morgan Stanley to join Wells Fargo's Westwood, Calif. Office. There they will report to complex manager Paul Vannuki. The Glicks managed more than $242 million in assets while at Morgan.
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