FARMINGTON, Conn. (June 4, 2020) – RBC Wealth Management – U.S. continues its rapid growth in the eastern United States with the recent addition of a veteran team to its Farmington office.
The Cahill, Gibson Wealth Management Group joins RBC Wealth Management from Merrill Lynch managing approximately $220 million in client assets. The team is composed of:
“We are excited to make the move to RBC Wealth Management because of the organization’s ongoing investments in technology and advisor-friendly culture,” Cahill said. “In addition, RBC advisors have direct access to the firm’s top leadership, which speaks volumes to the value the company places on advisor input.”
“As we continue to bring in the best advisors in the industry, we are thrilled to welcome the Cahill, Gibson Wealth Management Group to the RBC family,” said Aaron Scott, director of the firm’s Hartford complex. “They have a strong work ethic, sound financial principles and will make a great addition to the firm.”
The recent addition of the Cahill, Gibson Wealth Management Group comes at a time of sustained hiring momentum for RBC, including the Sheresky-Samsen Group, which joined the Midtown New York branch in late May. In an environment where advisors industry-wide have curtailed travel and in-person meetings, RBC is relying on digital tools to engage with advisors virtually while recruiting and also while onboarding.
In the United States, RBC Wealth Management operates as a division of RBC Capital Markets, LLC. Founded in 1909, RBC Capital Markets, LLC. is a member of the New York Stock Exchange, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the Securities Investor Protection Corporation, and other major securities exchanges. RBC Wealth Management has $379 billion in total client assets with more than 2,000 financial advisors operating in 179 locations in 42 states.
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