Wells Fargo hires UBS team in Texas

Previously managed more than $300 million in assets

Jul 3, 2014 @ 11:17 am

By Minda Smiley

Wells Fargo Advisors has hired Robert “Bob” Higley and Robert “Bob” Gardner III from UBS Financial.

They managed a combined $300 million in assets and had $2.5 million in production.

More: See all of Wells Fargo's 2014 adviser additions

The two joined the Memorial City, Texas, branch July 1. They bring a total of 61 years of industry experience to Wells Fargo.

Wells Fargo Advisors has more than 15,000 financial advisers and had $1.4 trillion in client assets as of March.

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