A week after the firm added four advisors with a total of $533 million in assets, Bank of America Merrill Lynch announced it had picked up three advisors with a combined $508 million.
The firm expanded its operations in Dallas, Texas with the addition of industry veteran Diane H. Padalino, who was most recently with Goldman Sachs. Padalino managed $325 million in assets and brought in $1,857,500 in fees and commissions.
Padalino began her career in 1996 at J.P. Morgan Securities and moved to Goldman Sachs in 2006, according to FINRA records.
In Miami, Fla., Merrill Lynch added the team of John Molkentin and Denise Chin Quee. Both were formerly with Morgan Stanley and managed a combined $183 million in assets and produced approximately $1.3 million.
Molkentin and Quee both began their careers at Morgan Stanley in 2000, according to registration records.
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