Wedbush Securities Welcomes New Dallas-Based Managing Director to Strengthen Local Footprint

Specializing in serving divorced or widowed women and having a unique background as a former personal banker, Rebecca Hern said the position is a good fit for her as she returns to her hometown of Dallas.

Rebecca Hern has been named managing director of Los Angeles-based Wedbush Securities in Dallas, a diversified independent financial services provider.

Specializing in serving divorced or widowed women and having a unique background as a former personal banker, Hern said the position is a good fit for her as she returns to her hometown.

“Joining Wedbush is a natural evolution for me, offering flexibility to deliver exemplary service while enjoying the benefits of working in my hometown,” Hern said in a statement. “Working here allows me the space to tend to my connections, foster personal and professional growth, and have the creative freedom to cultivate something meaningful.”

Hern spent the previous three years at Merrill Lynch before joining Wedbush.

“Rebecca’s arrival at Wedbush marks an exciting chapter as we expand our presence in the Dallas area. Her wealth of experience and commitment to client advocacy, particularly specializing in serving women, align seamlessly with our vision,” Chris Mone, executive vice president and head of Wealth Management, said in a statement. “We look forward to leveraging her expertise to build and strengthen Wedbush’s footprint in Dallas, ensuring our clients receive unparalleled financial services.”

Wedbush Securities is the largest subsidiary of Wedbush Financial Services and was founded in 1955.

Wedbush is known for providing its clients, both private and institutional, with a wide range of securities brokerage, wealth management, and investment banking services. It focuses on client service and financial safety, innovation, and the utilization of advanced technology. The company has 100 registered offices and nearly 900 colleagues.

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