Advisers on the Move

D.A. Davidson advisers managing $177 million leave for Raymond James

Ken Robbins and two-person team join firm's employee unit in Los Angeles

May 17, 2017 @ 1:01 pm

By InvestmentNews

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Ken Robbins, a registered representative who managed $177 million in assets in the Los Angeles office of D.A. Davidson, has moved to Raymond James & Associates, the firm's employee broker-dealer.

Mr. Robbins was joined in the move by adviser Kathy Roshay and their administrative associate, Magda Lesmana. The team will operate as Robbins Roshay Advisors of Raymond James.

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Before entering the financial services industry in 1994 at Dean Witter, Mr. Robbins served in a variety of management roles at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Southern California. In 2004, he moved his business to Crowell, Weedon & Co., which later was acquired by D.A. Davidson & Co.

Ms. Roshay began her financial services career in 2007 with Crowell Weedon and remained with the firm when it was acquired.

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