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Wall Street moves through Dec. 28

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a weekly rundown of selected executive management changes among the major Wall Street investment banks and other notable moves. The changes are listed by announcement date in reverse chronological order.

Dec. 28

Raymond James Financial Inc. hired an employee adviser team from Wells Fargo Advisors, ThinkAdvisor reported. The team, which includes Lynn Grossman and Brian Vieira, managed about $230 million in client assets.

Additionally, Raymond James Financial Services added financial advisers Paul Fischer and Larry Nordmann to its independent channel in Apopka, Fla. Fischer and Nordmann previously were advisers with LPL Financial Holdings Inc.

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Dec. 27

Financial adviser Michael Rosner joined Raymond James Financial from Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc., OnWallStreet reported.

Rosner joined Raymond James' Farmington Hills, Mich., office in mid-December and will operate as Rosner Private Wealth Management of Raymond James.

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Dec. 22

NMS Capital Advisors LLC hired Murray Watson and Graham Bell as managing directors.

Based in Chennai, India, and covering the surrounding Middle East region, Watson will focus on EB-5 focused investments for private clients. Based in Dubai, Bell will focus on EB-5 investments in addition to cross-border M&A and investment banking transactions.