In recent months, Baird Private Wealth Management has been on a recruiting spree and there are no signs that it plans to let up.

Consider this list: In January, it hired Charles Singer, a 25-year veteran of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney [MS], to run Baird’s Indianapolis office; James Carideo of Smith Barney’s Los Angeles office was hired by Baird for its Tampa, Fla., office; Dennis Rowland, a Smith Barney branch manager, was hired to open a new Baird office in St. Paul. Last month Baird attracted an eight-person team of advisors with more than $450 million in combined assets from Smith Barney in Lynchburg, Va.

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