Wells Fargo Advisors FiNet has poached two brokers from UBS and PNC, according to news reports.

Donnie Dishaw joins Wells Fargo in Houston from UBS, where he managed over $107 million, FA-IQ sister publication FundFire writes. Dishaw came to UBS a decade ago after six years with Merrill Lynch, according to Finra records cited by FundFire.

In Zanesville, Ohio, meanwhile, Robert Anderson Turner II has joined Nesselroad and Associates, an independent practice linked to Wells Fargo’s FiNet, the publication writes. He previously managed $68 million at PNC, where he spent five years after stints at JPMorgan Securities and Chase Investment Services, according to Finra records cited by FundFire.

Wells Fargo and its affiliated firms have added advisors in recent weeks, although some of its representatives left for rivals as well.

Wells Fargo FiNet-affiliated Seventy2 Capital Wealth Management acquired a $90 million practice earlier this month.


In September, Wells Fargo Advisors poached several brokers from Morgan Stanley. The same month, Wells Fargo FiNet added advisors from LPL Financial and two more brokers from PNC.

But earlier this month, Wells Fargo gave up several advisors to Stifel Financial as well as to Raymond James.