Two Los Angeles-based wealth management firms announced plans to merge on Wednesday.

The Glowacki Group, which oversees $360 million in assets for 75 clients, will merge with Aspiriant, which now manages more than $9 billion in client assets.

Under the terms of the deal, Michael Glowacki, the owner and CEO of his eponymous firm, will become an owner and principal of Aspiriant as he moves his company into Aspiriant’s Los Angeles office this spring.

The Glowacki Group becomes the second independent wealth management firm to merge with Aspiriant in the past few months, following San Diego-based Hokanson and Associates, which became part of Aspiriant at the end of 2015.