An Atlanta-based trio of advisors with greater than $1 billion in collective property underneath administration is leaving Fifth Third Non-public Financial institution to be part of LPL Monetary through its worker advisor channel.
Advisors Raanan Pritzker, Brian Brenneman and Neal Foushee are launching PB FAM Non-public Wealth, affiliated with Linsco by LPL.
The crew primarily works with ultra-high-net-worth people, in addition to multigenerational households and enterprise homeowners, providing custom-made funding methods and wealth administration, tax and property planning and “way of life administration options,” in keeping with Pritzker.
He detailed how the crew sought out a brand new accomplice who’d assist them get extra autonomy for his or her follow and a larger array of assets for advisors who work within the high-net-worth house. With the Linsco mannequin, the crew will maintain possession of their consumer relationships, however nonetheless have entry to assist together with advertising and tech consultants and a service crew.
“We respect the open structure to design portfolios and supply our shoppers with concierge providers they count on and deserve,” Foushee mentioned.
Pritzker will function managing director of the agency, bringing his relationships with households, executives and high medical professionals, in addition to 25 years of trade expertise. Brenneman additionally has greater than 25 years within the monetary house as a portfolio supervisor, having joined up with Pritzker in 2011.
Foushee entered the trade in 2004 after serving with the U.S. Air Power, joined with Pritzer and Brenneman in 2017 and can now lead the follow administration aspect of the newly established agency.
LPL had a document second quarter for recruiting in 2023, with $19 billion added in property. Complete recruited property for the earlier 12 months at the moment are as much as $60 billion. The agency additionally acquired the wealth administration enterprise for Crown Capital Securities, a Calif.-based b/d with about 260 advisors and $6.5 billion in property; LPL expects to onboard these advisors by early subsequent 12 months.
LPL’s added numerous massive corporations this 12 months, together with three advisor groups from Wells Fargo with $1.45 billion in whole property, combining to launch Carnegie Non-public Wealth, becoming a member of with LPL’s Strategic Wealth Providers (SWS). Earlier this month, a father/son duo with $1.2 billion left Morgan Stanley for the SWS division, and a Omaha, Neb.-based duo with $605 million joined LPL from Principal Securities final week.