Stifel announces newly formed wealth advisory team

Team has more than 99 years combined investment experience

Stifel Financial Corp. this week announced the formation of a new financial team in their Hyannis office. First Vice President/Investments Timothy Johnson and Vice President/Investments Robert Hill have partnered to form the Hill/Johnson Wealth Advisory Team, according to a release from Stifel. The Hill/Johnson Wealth Advisory Team is based in the Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc. office at 248 Stevens Street.

Timothy Johnson has a BA in Economics from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Johnson, who has more than 38 years investment experience, joined Stifel in 2009. He holds Series 7 and 65 licenses.

Robert Hill has a BFA from the Maryland Institute.  Hill, who has more than 28 years investment experience, joined Stifel in 2008. He holds Series 3, 7 and 65 licenses. Hill is also active in the Cape Cod community. He is the president of the Board of Directors of ARC of Cape Cod, a member of the Business Development Board of Cape Abilities and a member of the Board of Directors for ARC of Massachusetts. 

The Hill/Johnson Wealth Advisory Team will be supported by Susan Lowry, a registered client service associate. Lowry, who has more than 33 years investment experience, joined Stifel in 2008. Lowry holds Series 7, 9, 10 and 65 licenses.

Combined, the teams has 99 years experience in the investment industry, according to the release.

Stifel Financial Corp. is based in St. Louis, Missouri. Stifel is a financial services holding company that conducts banking, securities and financial services business through several wholly owned subsidiaries in including Stifel, Nicolaus & Company in Hyannis. Learn about Series licenses at Investopedia here.


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