Chip Walker exits Wells Fargo to join Baird

Chip Walker exits Wells Fargo to join Baird
A businessman is reflected on an electronic stock board outside a securities firm in Tokyo, Japan. Photographer:Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg

Walker will oversee the firm's retail expansion in the St. Louis area

Chip Walker, formerly managing director of field strategy and communication at Wells Fargo, has joined Baird’s private wealth management business to oversee expansion in the St. Louis region.

Walker, who started his career in 1992 as a financial adviser at Wheat First Butcher Singer in Virginia, comes to Baird with nearly 30 years of experience at Wells Fargo and its predecessor firms.

[More: Morgan Stanley team managing $383 million moves to Baird]

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