By Andrew Welsch, OnWallStreet – A team that managed $175 million at UBS quit to open an independent practice with Kestra Private Wealth Services, according to the company. The team was driven in part by a desire to keep pace with changes in wealth management, according to team member Brendan McCarthy, who pointed to what he said were improvements in technology as well as greater accessibility to products and services for clients.
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