Advisers on the Move

Morgan Stanley loses $150 million team in Utah

White Cap Wealth Management affiliates with Kestra

Oct 30, 2017 @ 3:50 pm

By InvestmentNews

David Johnston and his son Keith Christopher (KC) Johnston have left Morgan Stanley in Provo, Utah, where they managed $150 million, to affiliate with Kestra Private Wealth Services, a hybrid RIA.

The two will operate as White Cap Wealth Management and will be investment adviser representatives under Kestra's registered investment adviser and representatives affiliated with Kestra's broker-dealer.

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The senior Mr. Johnston began his securities career in 1981 at Dain Bosworth. After short stints at Prudential-Bache and Foster & Marshall, he moved in 1983 to Lehman Brothers, a predecessor firm of Morgan Stanley.

The younger Mr. Johnston joined Morgan Stanley in 2014.


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