Advisers on the Move

UBS team managing $250 million moves to Raymond James affiliate

David Bernacchia and Darren DeQuatro join Steward Partners Global Advisory in New York

Dec 5, 2017 @ 6:10 pm

By InvestmentNews

David Bernacchia and Darren DeQuatro, who managed $250 million in assets at UBS Financial Services in New York, have joined Steward Partners Global Advisory, a hybrid independent firm affiliated with Raymond James.

Headquartered in Washington, D.C., Steward Partners has offices throughout the Northeast and in Clearwater, Fla.

Mr. Bernacchia began his securities career in 1987 at Merrill Lynch and moved to Lehman Brothers in 1990. He joined PaineWebber in 1993 and moved to Morgan Stanley in 2000. He joined UBS in 2008.

Mr. DeQuatro joined Morgan Stanley in 2007 and moved to UBS in 2008.

They will work in the firm's New York office.

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