Rockefeller Capital Management has poached another experienced Morgan Stanley financial advisor, according to news reports.

Michael Merlin joins Rockefeller after a decade with Morgan Stanley, FA-IQ sister publication FundFire writes, citing his LinkedIn profile and Finra records. Merlin first joined the financial services industry in 1998, registering with Citigroup Global Markets, according to his BrokerCheck profile.

FundFire could not reach Merlin for comment and a spokesman for Rockefeller didn’t return the publication’s calls for comment.

With Gregory Fleming, former president of Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch, at the helm, Rockefeller has grown its wealth management operations steadily by luring advisors from Fleming’s alma maters and other wirehouses.

Morgan Stanley also lost a team of advisors overseeing $950 million to Rockefeller this summer. During 2019, Rockefeller also nabbed several advisors from Merrill Lynch, UBS and Wells Fargo.

Morgan Stanley’s advisor ranks, meanwhile, shrunk by 226 during 2019. The company had 15,468 wealth management representatives at the end of the year.