AUSTIN, Texas — Kestra Private Wealth Services, LLC (Kestra PWS), a registered investment adviser subsidiary of Kestra Financial, Inc. (Kestra…
UBS brokers in Ohio, Florida and Maryland collectively managing about $850 million of client assets leave for firms affiliated with RayJay, Wells and Kestra.
Brokers who moved between 2017 and 2019 worked with third-party vendor on populating account-transfer spreadsheets without receiving customer approval.
Rhode Island team that was managing about $340 million joins independent broker’s “private client group,” an RIA aiming to provide more support and lower payout than in a traditional Kestra arrangement.
New Jersey team, which went independent in April after decades at Wells and predecessor firms, allegedly took client data in violation of company rules, privacy laws and the Protocol for Broker Recruiting.