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Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - Ferris, RBC

Editorial Staff September 11, 2017

Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - Ferris, RBC

Here is a round-up of today's personnel moves in the North American wealth management sector.

Ferris Capital
Ferris Capital, the Boston-based wealth manager, has brought over Bob Whelan and Eric Ganeles as senior vice president of business development and senior vice president of wealth management, respectively. 

Whelan will oversee all of the firm's business development activities, while Ganeles will lead efforts in working with the group's high net worth clientele. 

RBC Wealth Management
Royal Bank of Canada Wealth Management is continuing its recruitment drive in the US, bringing over financial advisor and senior vice president Todd Mitchell from UBS to join its Chicago office.

Mitchell has more than 31 years' experience and manages $220 million in assets. 

Northern Trust
Northern Trust has appointed Bruce Wojack as wealth strategist, with the title of senior vice president.  Wojack reports to Susan Curry, the regional manager for wealth strategies, and is based at the group’s Chicago headquarters.

Prior to joining Northern Trust, Wojack worked as a trust specialist at Merrill Lynch, as a client Advisor at JPMorgan, as a principal at Bessemer Trust, and as a SVP at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.


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