Stifel continues poaching advisors from rivals, most recently adding several registered representatives from Wells Fargo and Raymond James, Stifel says.

Jon Webster has joined the Carlsbad, Calif., office of Stifel, Nicolaus& Co., the broker-dealer subsidiary of Stifel Financial, according to a press release from the company.

Anthony Ignacio has joined Stifel’s Newport Beach, Calif., branch, Stifel says.

Webster and Ignacio previously managed $80 million and $57 million, respectively, at Wells Fargo Advisors, according to the press release.

Additionally, Kevin Byrne has joined Stifel’s Chicago office from Raymond James, where he managed $130 million, Stifel says.

Andy Miller has joined Stifel’s Gainesville, Ga., office, according to the press release. He previously oversaw $59 million at Raymond James, Stifel says.

Wells Fargo also lost several advisors to Stifel in November who collectively managed over $600 million, as well as thee brokers in September. Raymond James, meanwhile, lost an advisor to Stifel in June.

Since the beginning of October, Stifel also nabbed several advisors from Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch, as well as UBS, but lost an advisor to RBC Wealth Management.