Advisers on the Move

Four-person hybrid group leaves SII for Commonwealth

Midwest Financial Group in Wisconsin manages $186 million

Dec 1, 2017 @ 2:27 pm

By InvestmentNews

Midwest Financial Group, a four-adviser hybrid group that managed $186 million through SII Investments, has affiliated with Commonwealth Financial Network.

The advisers — Mark Miehe, Matt Cuplin, Brandon Masbruch and Tony Pochowski — along with their staff operated in Madison, Horicon and Platteville, Wis.

Mr. Miehe began his securities career in 1992 at BMA Financial Services, moved to Sunset Financial Services in 1998, to Ameritas Investment Corp. in 2004, and to SII in 2009.

Mr. Cuplin began his career at Thrivent Investment Management in 2007 and moved to Ameritas in 2008. He left for SII in 2009.

Mr. Masbruch started his career at SII in 2014.

Mr. Pochowski's first job in the securities industry was with Chase Investment Services, which he joined in 2007. He left for PNC Investments in 2012. He joined Wells Fargo Advisors in 2013, Edward Jones in 2014 and SII in 2015.

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