Rahul Sharma

Wells Fargo Advisors

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Type  LLC
Predecessor  Wachovia Securities
CEO  Mary Mack (1 Jan 2014–)
Total assets  1.17 trillion USD
Genre  Securities
Number of employees  17,900
President  Kent Christian
Subsidiaries  First Clearing, LLC
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Founded  1879 as Leopold Cahn & Co.
Divisions  Private Client Group (PCG), Wealth Brokerage Services (WBS) – (Bank Brokerage), Independent Brokerage Group (IBG)
Headquarters  St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Parent organizations  Wells Fargo, Wachovia, Wachovia Securities Financial Holdings, LLC
Managing directors  John Alexander (Head Of Advisor Led West)
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Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, is a subsidiary of Wells Fargo, located in St. Louis, Missouri. It is the second largest brokerage firm in the United States as of October 1, 2007 with $1.17 trillion retail client assets under management.

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The subsidiary was formerly known as Wachovia Securities until May 1, 2009, when it legally changed names following the Wells Fargo's acquisition of Wachovia Corporation.

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History

Wells Fargo Advisors traces its history to 1879, where it grew through mergers with many of the industry's regional and national firms. These include Wachovia Securities, A. G. Edwards, and Bache & Co.. The current CEO is David Kowach.

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Wells Fargo Advisors Wikipedia


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