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RMB Capital recruits $500 million team from Calamos Wealth Management

The veteran four-person teams brings a combined 80 years of experience to the $9.3 billion advisory firm

Sep 11, 2018 @ 12:25 pm

By Jeff Benjamin

Chicago-based RMB Capital, a $9.3 billion advisory firm, has recruited a four-person team from Calamos Wealth Management.

The team, which is based in the Chicago suburb of Oakbrook Terrace, touts a combined 80 years of industry experience and manages $500 million in client assets.

Tom Kukulski joins RMB as senior vice president and senior wealth adviser; Terrence LaBant joins as senior vice president and director of wealth strategy; Mohini McCormick joins as vice president and wealth adviser; and Mark Sagen joins the firm as wealth adviser.

"We couldn't be more excited about bringing this experienced, close-knit team on board," Julie Vander Weele, partner and managing director of wealth management at RMB, said in a statement.

"They share our philosophy of putting clients first and delivering personalized financial plans that are integrated with sophisticated investment solutions," she added.

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