Wells Fargo taps Tyers to head independent advisor group

John Tyers, most recently chief growth officer at AdvisorEngine, has been tapped to head the independent advisor group at Wells Fargo Advisors.

The group consists of Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network, or FiNet, First Clearing and the wirehouse’s registered investment adviser custody business.

Before joining AdvisorEngine, Tyers led the private wealth business at Citizens Financial Group. He also held several positions at Merrill Lynch, including serving as president of its custody and clearing business for RIAs and independent broker-dealers, and led efforts at Bear Stearns and Charles Schwab in the areas of custody services and platforms for RIAs, independent broker-dealers, single- and multi-family offices, and trust companies.

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