BNY Mellon Wealth Management is wasting no time in executing on an ambitious plan to ramp up its sales force. The firm this week announced hiring three directors of business development in Dallas, Boston and Seattle, its first officially announced hires since it released news last week of its two-year recruiting campaign to increase its sales force by 50% by the end of 2014.

Shei Unger joined the wealth management firm in Dallas as director for the Texas region, joining two other directors there, according to BNY Mellon.  He was previously president of boutique advisory firm Unger & Co. Commercial Capital, where he led efforts to provide credit and financial services to companies with more than $10 million in revenues. Prior to that, he was a senior private client advisor at U.S. Trust Private Wealth Management.

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