Comings & Goings

Wachovia Securities promoted Mary Mack to president of its Investment Services Group. She will replace Dwight Moody, who is scheduled to retire in 2007. Previously, Mack served as executive vice president and head of Wachovia Clients Partnership. Securities America hired Gregg Johnson to head its recruiting efforts as vice president of branch-office development. Johnson will oversee a team of 10 recruiters

Wachovia Securities promoted Mary Mack to president of its Investment Services Group. She will replace Dwight Moody, who is scheduled to retire in 2007. Previously, Mack served as executive vice president and head of Wachovia Clients Partnership.

Securities America hired Gregg Johnson to head its recruiting efforts as vice president of branch-office development. Johnson will oversee a team of 10 recruiters and five sales support staff. Prior to joining Omaha, Neb.-based Securities America, Johnson acted as vice president and program manager of First National of Nebraska's retail brokerage subsidiary.

Stu Hendel has returned to Morgan Stanley from Eton Park Capital Management as global head of Prime Brokerage. Hendel left Morgan Stanley in 2004 after 15 years serving in a number of senior management positions.

U.S. Fiduciary announced the opening of a new office in Princeton, N.J. Joining the Princeton office is George Wislar, a former UBS advisor with over 20 years of advisory experience

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