RBC Wealth Management adds $200 million team

Adviser duo jumps from J.P. Morgan Securities

Sep 20, 2013 @ 12:37 pm

By Trevor Hunnicutt

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RBC Wealth Management has added a duo of J.P. Morgan Securities LLC advisers with more than $192 million in assets and $1.9 million in production to its office in Providence, R.I., company officials said Friday.

The DiChiaro-Bourgault Group includes two advisers — Richard DiChiaro and Bob Bourgault — and a registered client associate, Sarah Paiva, Daniel Kennedy, Providence branch director for RBC, said in a statement.

Mr. DiChiaro has been a registered broker since 1969, while Mr. Bourgault registered in 2001, according to profiles by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc.

J.P. Morgan Securities did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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