Best practices for switching firms and attracting new talent.
Elements such as firm size, history of the firm, and ownership structure, none of which are easy to change, are cultural elements that can serve as indicators of future strength or how an advisor may be treated when they seek support and assistance.
Exits from the Protocol for Broker Recruiting are a grim portent for entrepreneurs.
More and more small and mid-sized independent broker-dealers are surrendering their costly supervisory and compliance responsibilities and rolling up under independent advisory and brokerage firms as super branches.
Advisors consider time their most precious resource. By planning an event focused on helping your advisors grow their individual practice, you add value as a branch leader, build loyalty among your advisors and attract new advisors to your group.
Offering new opportunities, resources, and support, the independent RIA model can serve
the evolving needs of advisors and their clients. In response, advisor teams are moving to
independence at an inspiring rate.