The latest moves and appointments in wealth management in the Americas.
Minneapolis-headquartered Nepsis, a financial advisor and investment management firm, is strengthening its executive team by appointing Ed Stober (pictured) as senior wealth advisor, to grow advisor-client relationships and bolster the firm’s family office framework.
With a professional background spanning nearly three decades, Stober has gained his skillset in various financial industry roles. Career highlights include being a senior director at Choreo, gaining experience as a financial consultant at Charles Schwab, and serving as the director of training and development at Thrivent Financial, the firm said in a statement.
In his new role, Stober will oversee and cultivate relationships with clients and advisors, and contribute to the ongoing improvement of advisor training programs, the firm added.
Stober’s addition follows a year of milestones for the firm, which included the acquisition of accounting firm Sevenich, Butler, Gerlach & Brazil late last year, as well as several hires and promotions. See more coverage here. The business was founded by Mark Pearson, its CEO (pictured below).