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Ten Extra Advisors Depart Goldman Sachs PFM

Ten Extra Advisors Depart Goldman Sachs PFM


Not less than 10 extra monetary advisors have exited Goldman Sachs Private Monetary Administration within the wake of the $29 billion AUM unit’s sale to Peter Mallouk’s Artistic Planning.

A Kestra spokeswoman confirmed that the agency’s Personal Wealth Companies unit has picked up advisors Lee Swinford, Amber Andregg and Joshua Smith, all former vice presidents at Goldman Sachs PFM. All are based mostly within the Dallas suburb of Plano, Texas. Andregg has launched her personal follow beneath Kestra PWS, Symphony Wealth Group, in accordance with LinkedIn. Alexander Monroe, a former analyst at Goldman, has additionally moved over.

Kestra declined to remark additional, and Swinford, Andregg, Smith and Monroe didn’t return requests for remark previous to publication.

Prime Capital Funding Advisors, a $22.5 billion RIA based mostly in Overland Park, Kan., a neighbor to Artistic Planning, introduced on two extra advisors, together with Paul Jarvis, a former vp at Goldman, and Eric Herzog, a former wealth advisor, in Fargo, N.D. The non-public equity-backed RIA has been a giant beneficiary of the Goldman unit sale to Artistic Planning.

Jarvis and Herzog didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark.

True Personal Wealth Advisors, a Salem, Ore.-based RIA and Dynasty companion agency with about $948 million in property beneath administration, has added Tommy Paterson, a former Goldman vp, and Maria Olsen, a former vp and enterprise operations supervisor of Willamette Valley, at Goldman. They be a part of the Davis Altman Paterson Group in Salem, Ore.

Dynasty spokeswoman Sally Cates declined to remark, and Paterson and Olsen didn’t reply to requests for remark previous to publication.

Kassi Hyde, a former vp and wealth advisor at Goldman Sachs PFM in Atlanta, has moved to Apollon Wealth Administration, a Charleston, S.C.-based RIA with about $3.4 billion in property. She joins at the least three different advisors who left Goldman for Apollon, in accordance with revealed reviews. She additionally didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.

Joe Giardano, a wealth advisor at Goldman Sachs PFM in Dallas, has joined Prospera Monetary Companies, an impartial dealer/supplier, in accordance with regulatory filings. He and a Prospera spokeswoman didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark.

Goldman Sachs declined to remark, past a earlier assertion concerning the agency’s enforcement of its employment contracts.

“PFM advisors made plenty of commitments to the agency after they signed their employment contracts, and we intend to carry them to these commitments,” a spokeswoman mentioned in a press release. “To that finish, we’ve filed claims in opposition to advisors throughout a number of states for violating their non-compete obligations and their fiduciary duties to the agency. We take these issues significantly and can take applicable motion in opposition to any adviser who makes an attempt to violate their contractual obligations.

A spokesman for Artistic Planning didn’t reply to requests for remark previous to publication.

A number of giant advisor groups have defected from Goldman’s PFM unit because the agency introduced the sale to Artistic Planning. This week, WealthManagement.com reported that Quotient Wealth Companions, a brand new RIA created by Goldman PFM defectors, added extra advisors, in addition to Meridian and Advisors Capital Administration.

Goldman Sachs PFM managed just a little greater than $29 billion throughout 781 advisors on the finish of final 12 months, in accordance with federal filings. That deal is predicted to shut within the fourth quarter.



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