Advisers on the Move

Morgan Stanley team managing $240 million leaves for Raymond James

Gregory Stevens and Vince Spires join employee unit in Ocala, Fla.

Mar 14, 2019 @ 10:37 am

By Bloomberg News

Advisers Gregory Stevens and Vince Spires, who managed $240 million in assets at Morgan Stanley in Ocala, Fla, have moved to Raymond James.

They will join the firm's employee unit.

(More: See more adviser moves in InvestmentNews' Adviser on the Move database)

Mr. Stevens has more than 21 years of financial services experience. He began his career at Smith Barney, which was acquired by Morgan Stanley.

Mr. Spires began his financial services career in 2000 at Morgan Stanley.

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