High profile wealth management executive Steve Lockshin is closing another chapter in a long and eventful career, resigning as the chairman of the board of Convergent Wealth Advisors.

The resignation comes in the wake of the apparent suicide in October of David Zier, Convergent's chief executive. Lockshin is being replaced by Richard Gershen, the head of wealth management at Convergent's parent company, Los Angeles-based City National Bank.

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