Jerry Lombard, President of Janney’s Private Client Group talks about the regional firm’s exponential growth over recent years, plus how their unique balance of freedom and flexibility makes the employee model an attractive alternative for advisors.
Rockefeller Capital Management has become one of the most sought-after options for advisors looking to deliver concierge-level service to ultra- and high net worth clients. National Field Director Michael Outlaw shares an insider’s perspective.
Ron Carson joins the show to discuss the key drivers behind the rise of the Carson Group, sharing his journey from a Nebraska farm to his tenure with Private Ledger, and on to how he built a nearly $20B independent wealth management enterprise.
Barron’s Hall of Famer and Hightower Trailblazer Richard Saperstein: On Rising from Crisis, Team Building and the Real Value of a Business
Richard Saperstein rose out of the ‘08 financial crisis to build the now $20B+ Treasury Partners. He discusses that journey, his decision to affiliate with Hightower Advisors, plus the firm’s unique business model, the secret to their success and more.
Wall Street Meets Main Street: How RBC Wealth Management Combines a Global Approach with a Regional Feel
How did a bank out of Canada rise to the ranks in the US wealth management space? RBC Wealth Management–U.S. President Tom Sagissor shares an insider’s perspective, plus why their “Wall Street meets Main Street” culture is attracting some of the industry’s top advisor talent, and much more.
Advisors’ desire for greater agency in serving clients and growing their businesses is driving growth toward regional firms like Raymond James & Associates. Tash Elwyn, President and CEO, discusses how choice is the foundation of the firm’s culture.
Ron Kruszewski, Chairman and CEO of Stifel Financial Corp., shares how the firm serves as an example of what a regional firm is representative of today, and discusses their extraordinary growth, the appeal of their entrepreneurial culture, and more.
A Losing Battle at Merrill: Why a Former Leader Left the Herd for Independence–the Value of Culture and the “Intoxicating” Effects of Freedom
To Greg Franks, the “bankifying” of Merrill, which he served at for nearly 3 decades, was nothing short of “tragic.” The former Merrill leader shares his experience and the story of his own leap to independence to the helm of Snowden Lane Partners.
Few in the financial services media that have the experience and name recognition of Bob Veres—and less are as outspoken. He candidly discusses the advisory firm of the future, growth, client service, technology, and the role of financial advisors.
Special Episode: A panel of 3 breakaway advisors share the details of their journeys—Lori Siegel, founding partner, Centrix Wealth Partners; Michael Henley, founder & CEO, Brandywine Oak Private Wealth; and Terry Cook, CEO, Parcion Private Wealth.
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