Advisers on the Move

Sisters managing $141 million leave Raymond James for Ameriprise

Trio in Ormond Beach, Fla., will join the firm's employee channel

Oct 12, 2017 @ 3:14 pm

By InvestmentNews

Erin Wynn Masters and her sisters, Galin Wynn Crist and Kirstin Wynn Moore, have left Raymond James in Ormond Beach, Fla., and joined the employee channel of Ameriprise. The team manages $141 million in assets.

In business together for nine years, Ms. Masters and Ms. Crist are financial advisers; Ms. Moore is a client service associate.

Ms. Masters began her securities career at Prudential Securities in 1996, moved to SunTrust in 2000 and joined her father's practice at Raymond James in 2008. Greg Wynn retired three years ago.

Ms. Crist began her career at Dean Witter in 1990 and worked at Prudential Securities from 1996 to 2000. She joined Raymond James in 2002.

(More: Ameriprise wins $179 million adviser team)

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