Advisers on the Move

Veteran Wells Fargo adviser heads to RBC

James M. Aid is the first financial adviser hired at RBC's Nashville office

Jun 7, 2018 @ 11:52 am

By Sarah Min

James M. Aid has left Wells Fargo Advisors, where he managed $86 million in assets, to join RBC Wealth Management Financial Advisors in its new Nashville office.

Mr. Aid is the latest in a string of employees leaving Wells Fargo. Mr. Aid is a 20-year veteran of the brokerage industry and worked at seven different firms prior to RBC. He started his career at Wells Fargo in 2008. In 2017, he produced $1.3 million in fees and commissions.

(More: "Wells Fargo loses veteran $500 million team to SunTrust")

"We're always looking for good advisers that fit in with the client first culture," said Jonell Rusinko, manager of external communications at RBC.

A Wells Fargo spokesperson was not immediately available for comment.


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