Advisers on the Move

Wells Fargo team managing $600 million moves to Raymond James

Three-adviser group in Richmond, Va., joins firm's employee unit

May 21, 2019 @ 12:03 pm

By InvestmentNews

Geoffrey P. Sisk, Hynson H. Marvel and Jason Statuta, who managed $600 million at Wells Fargo in Richmond, Va., have joined the employee division of Raymond James.

Mr. Sisk began his financial services career in 1984 with Branch Cabell. In 1987 he moved to Legg Mason, and then in 1991 to Wheat First Securities, a predecessor of Wells Fargo.

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

Mr. Marvel began his financial services career in 2003 as an associate with Chesapeake Strategic Advisors. In 2007, he moved to Northwestern Mutual Investment Services and a year later joined Wells Fargo where he partnered with Mr. Sisk.

Mr. Statuta has been in the industry since 1996, having worked at Goldman Sachs, Pioneer Investments and Putnam Investments before joining the team at Wells Fargo.

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