An annual digest of the 2022 season’s most ground-breaking commentary for financial advisors and business owners on topics including autonomy, change, clients’ needs, succession, next gens, growth, and much more.
Todd Resnick and his colleagues were attracted to the idea of building a “destination” for other advisors. He discusses their journey leveraging M&A, capital partners and support services to bring their shared goals to life–demonstrating how vision can drive growth and success.
What’s the secret to the success of top financial advisors? John Bowen of CEG Worldwide, coach to elite financial advisors, shares the “real gamechangers” that help advisors break through to the next level and accelerate growth.
In part 2 of 2, Mark Sear and David Hou pick up where their story left off after the 2008 break from Merrill, the sale of their RIA Luminous Capital to First Republic in 2012, and their decision to go back to independence as RIA Evoke Advisors.
Mark Sear and David Hou, Managing Partners of Evoke Advisors, talk about their 2008 breakaway from Merrill Lynch to form RIA Luminous Capital, why they chose to sell Luminous to First Republic, their decision to leave First Republic for independence again, and much more in part 1 of a 2-part podcast episode.
A look at how financial advisors can take a giant leap in growth, for example, going from managing assets of $500mm to $5B or more. Financial advisor coach, podcast host and New York Times bestselling author Steve Sanduski joins the show.
What’s driving the acquisition appetite of mega-RIAs? Peter Mallouk of $55B RIA Creative Planning has been driving inorganic growth like never before. He talks about his latest deals, his formula for growth, tips for buyer and sellers, and more.
Jeff Concepcion of Stratos Wealth Partners shares why he chose Emigrant Partners as a capital partner, what independent firm owners need to do when preparing for an acquisition, how he grew his firm from zero to $14B AUM in just 12 years, and more.
Part 1 of 2 on M&A: Karl Heckenberg, president and CEO of Emigrant Partners, discusses how the firm’s value proposition, plus the well-established clout of the Milstein family, is representative of a “new breed of acquirers” in the RIA space.
Justin Berman left Goldman Sachs 10 years ago to build his own independent firm, at a time when such a move was much less common. How did he find the courage to leave the Goldman imprimatur, brave the firm’s 60-day Garden Leave, and build the now $3B Berman Capital Advisors? He explains all this and more with Mindy Diamond in this podcast episode.