By Mindy Diamond, Forbes.com – While many advisors are drawn to the freedom and control that independence offers, there are those for whom it may not be the “right” path.
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By Joshua Tomolak – In a world that seems to focus on billion-dollar firms making the leap to independence, advisors at a lower asset threshold are wondering how they too can gain greater freedom and control. Here are 4 solid options.
By Mindy Diamond, WealthManagement.com – While the rules may not have changed, it appears the consequences have—and advisors are feeling more vulnerable than ever.
By Debbie Wallen – Historically, advisors at Edward Jones rarely changed jerseys. They were loyal, felt independent enough, liked the culture and enjoyed the strong brand recognition. But, today, we are seeing more and more Jones’ advisors leaving—and here’s why
By Barbara Herman, WealthManagement.com – In this industry, due diligence is customarily thought of as exploration in search of a destination. But what if exploration had value in its own right—separate from finding a new home and irrespective of the outcome? What if exploration was also a “thought process”—an opportunity to revisit goals and priorities, to reassess important aspects of the business and test assumptions?
First Republic Private Wealth Management And Rockefeller Capital Management: What Makes Them So Appealing To Top Financial Advisors?
By Mindy Diamond, Forbes.com – A peek behind the curtains of these two firms demonstrates how the right combination of features has created a best-of-both-worlds model that stands out amongst the competition.
By Mindy Diamond, WealthManagement.com – In a world where bigger is considered better, many of Wall Street’s most talented and productive advisors are opting to go against the grain and leave chips on the table.
By Louis Diamond, CityWire.com – In years past, a $1B+ independent firm would have automatically considered themselves a legitimate buyer. But today, with the red-hot M&A market spurred by scores of private equity capital, serial acquirers, and the emergence of mega-RIAs boasting a full suite of comprehensive client services, AUM is no longer a predictor of buyer status.
By Wendy Leung, ThinkAdvisor – As the interest in attaining freedom, flexibility and control continues to surge among advisors, new independent models are being born at a rapid pace to accommodate them, providing more choice than ever before.
By Mindy Diamond – There’s a great degree of discomfort, and even fear, attached to the unknown. That’s why so many choose to hang on to the status quo, because there is a familiarity and comfort there—despite the likelihood that greater potential may await elsewhere.
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