David Lamere, the highly-regarded wealth management executive who most recently was CEO of BNY Mellon Wealth Management, has resurfaced at Fidelity.

Lamere dropped out of sight after his surprise resignation from BNY Mellon in 2010, where he had built the wealth management division into a global powerhouse with over $150 billion in client assets. He joined Fidelity as president of the newly-formed Fidelity Private Wealth Management organization within the company’s asset management division in November, but very quietly.

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