A podcast that started 5 years ago exploring independence for financial advisors evolved to offer a wide range of topics and guests from throughout the wealth management industry. This special episode explores the most popular themes.
When it comes to M&A, there are plenty of independent business owners and wirehouse advisors who have their sights on becoming acquirers, yet it’s an incredibly competitive environment with more buyers than sellers. Here’s how to compete and win.
10 top trends from Diamond Consultants Transition Report, the first of a bi-annual series of reports for financial advisors. A comprehensive, data-driven exploration of financial advisor movement over a specific timeframe.
Advisors invest their time, energy, and talents in serving clients and fostering business growth. Ultimately, they are creating career enterprise value. Here’s how to maximize that value.
It’s common for financial advisors to share that they are uncomfortable thinking about a move when the markets are unsettled. But how does an advisor know if now is the right time to consider change? Learn that and more.
A financial advisor’s move should be to improve client service because it’s the clients who drive business growth and value. Here’s how to communicate “what’s in it for them” so they can see the positive impact of the change.
Grier Rubeling, Advisor Transition Services, joins this special Industry Update episode to share practical portability tips and actionable transition advice for financial advisors considering or preparing to change firms.
Part 2 of 2 on M&A: For advisors who are reviewing their firm’s retire-in-place program, considering a recruitment deal, or looking to launch an independent firm, understanding the value on the open market is critical.
The excitement around M&A activity has many financial advisors considering their future. Is independence the right path? And if you build an independent firm, who will buy it? This episode compares and contrasts options.
Mindy Diamond and Louis Diamond explore 10 of the most common practices and behaviors of elite wealth management teams based on their experiences in guiding many of the industry’s top players.
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