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Gretchen McLaughlin Joins RMB Capital in Denver


Experienced Advisory Professional to Focus on Client Development

("RMB"), an independent investment and advisory firm with
approximately $9.3 billion in assets under management (estimated as of
June 30, 2018), recently announced that Gretchen T. McLaughlin is
joining the firm's Denver team as vice president and client development

McLaughlin brings 14 years of experience in wealth management, most
recently from Wells Fargo Private Bank, where she served as vice
president and wealth advisor for some of the firm's largest clients in
the Rocky Mountain region.

"Gretchen is an accomplished financial professional who we are thrilled
to have on board," said Don Bechter, partner and managing director for
RMB's western region. "Her deep understanding of investments, financial
planning, and the nuances of providing high-caliber service to private
clients will be a valuable asset to both our Wealth Management and
Retirement Plan Solutions teams. We're excited for her help in further
expanding our business in Colorado and beyond."

Prior to her tenure at Wells Fargo, McLaughlin served in a variety of
wealth management and financial planning roles at UBS Private Wealth
Management; Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith; Morgan Stanley; and
Guggenheim Partners. She holds a bachelor's degree in history and
Spanish from Middlebury College. She is a member of the Board of
Directors at the Denver Athletic Club, an associate board member for ACE
Scholarships, and an advisory board member for Breakthrough Kent Denver.

RMB Capital, which has had an office in Denver since 2011, recently
moved to the firm's new location in the city at 250 Fillmore St., Suite

About RMB Capital

is an independent investment and advisory firm. Its
businesses include wealth management, family office services, asset
management, and retirement plan consulting. Headquartered in Chicago,
RMB also has offices in Denver; Jackson Hole, Wyo.; Lake Forest, Ill.;
Milwaukee; Minneapolis; New York; Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.; and Washington
D.C. To learn more about RMB, visit

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