Wells Fargo FiNet’s quest to turn 2016 into a record recruiting year has hit a snag. The wirehouse’s independent advisory arm lost a four-member team that oversees $4.5 billion in client assets, a spokeswoman confirmed.

In April, FiNet’s president Kent Christian said he expected this year’s pipeline to be the largest in FiNet’s 15-year history, exceeding the 102 advisers it recruited in 2015.

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