Wells Fargo loses $160 million broker to Voya

Employee broker goes indie as Sanders Wealth Management in Greenville, S.C.

May 30, 2017 @ 2:02 pm

By InvestmentNews

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Nathan Sanders, who managed $160 million in assets at Wells Fargo Advisors in Greenwood, S.C., has formed Sanders Wealth Management and affiliated with Voya Financial Advisors, an independent broker-dealer.

Mr. Sanders began his securities career at Dean Witter Reynolds, in 1997. He joined First Union Brokerage Services, a predecessor of Wells Fargo Advisors, in 2000.

Nathan Sanders, who managed $160 million in assets at Wells Fargo Advisors in Greenwood, S.C., has formed Sanders Wealth Management and affiliated with Voya Financial Advisors, an independent broker-dealer.

Mr. Sanders began his securities career at Dean Witter Reynolds, in 1997. He joined First Union Brokerage Services, a predecessor of Wells Fargo Advisors, in 2000.

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