Wells Fargo continues losing financial advisors to Raymond James and Stifel Financial.

In Chicago, Kimberly Maxey joins Raymond James & Associates, the firm’s employee advisor broker-dealer, the company says in a press release.

She previously managed $121 million at Wells Fargo Advisors, Raymond James says. Maxey, who’s spent more than two decades with Wells Fargo, is joined by senior registered client service associate Darlene Worthington, and the team will operate as Maxey Wealth Management of Raymond James, according to the press release.

Meanwhile, Stifel’s broker-dealer subsidiary Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. has added five more financial advisors from Wells Fargo, according to a press release from Stifel.

The father-son team of Doug and Kevin Bowcock, who previously managed $243 million at Wells Fargo Advisors, have joined Stifel in Rancho Bernardo, Calif., Stifel says.

In Greensboro, N.C., Stifel has picked up Allen Hammonds, who previously oversaw $165 million at Wells Fargo, according to the press release.

Matthew Neis, who managed $111 million at Wells Fargo, has joined Stifel in Lawrence, Kan., Stifel says.

Karen Ward has joined Stifel in Okemos, Mich., according to the press release. She previously oversaw $100 million at Wells Fargo.

Raymond James and Stifel often become the new home for Wells Fargo brokers jumping ship. In October, RJA lured a $775 million practice from Wells Fargo in Tennessee and Stifel added at least three Wells Fargo advisors in September.