Barclays has appointed Edward Moldaver as managing director of its wealth and investment management division in New York.
Moldaver’s five-person team, which includes Wayne Chrebet, a former New York Jets player, comes to Barclays from the global wealth management division of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.
Moldaver reports to Mark Stevenson, Barclays’ managing director and regional Manager for New York.
Commenting on the appointments, Mitch Cox, head of wealth management and Americas for Barclays, said: “We are very pleased to welcome this talented team of wealth management professionals to our firm.”
At Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, which he joined in 2008, Moldaver founded the Moldaver 80 Group, a team of six wealth management professionals providing investment, brokerage and banking services to high net worth individuals and families.
Moldaver was ranked in Barron’s 2012 list of America’s Top 100 Financial Advisors, and as Barron’s #1 financial advisor in the New Jersey list of Top 1000 Advisors 2012: State by State.