Advisers on the Move

Six-rep team managing $369 million at Wells Fargo joins Ameriprise

The group, led by David Neihart, was with the Wells employee channel, and they'll stay in that same channel at Ameriprise

Oct 23, 2017 @ 3:56 pm

By InvestmentNews

A six-broker group led by David Neihart and managing $369 million in assets has moved from Wells Fargo to Ameriprise.

The team, which is based in Kansas City, Kan., was with the employee channel of Wells Fargo and shifted to the Ameriprise employee channel.

David Neihart began his securities career at Merrill Lynch in 1985. In 1988, he joined Prudential Securities, a predecessor of Wells Fargo. His son Brent, who is part of the team, joined him there in 2015.

Other advisers on the team are Camdon Fells, Johnnie Huff, Douglas Royle and Eric Wynkoop.

Mr. Fells joined Wells Fargo in 2008. Mr. Huff joined a predecessor firm in 1992. Mr. Royle began his securities career at Smith Barney in 1985, moved to A.G. Edwards in 1990, and joined Wells Fargo in 2008. Mr. Wynkoop joined Wells Fargo in 2006.


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