Advisors considering a change of firms or models often have a lot of questions. This episode tackles the 10 most frequently asked by advisors and dispels some of the myths and misperceptions that often stop them from realizing their true potential.
The goal of succession planning is to “future-proof” the business, developing a strategic guide built upon the leader’s vision, sustainable scale and continual growth for the future of the firm. Mindy and Louis Diamond share key lessons from their succession planning journey, the art of “co-leadership,” choosing a successor, and more.
In a year nobody could have predicted, financial advisors are reporting the best years of their careers and we’re seeing the greatest amount of movement in a decade. Mindy Diamond explores that phenomenon, plus reveals 10 emerging trends for 2021 destined to reshape the industry for financial advisors and firms.
Industry Update on Goldman Sachs: What could a new RIA custodian mean for advisors and the industry?
There have been reports of some significant changes brewing at Goldman Sachs that seem to indicate that the firm is going all-in on the RIA custody business. What does that mean for Goldman Private Wealth Advisors and the industry at large?
With nearly 60% of advisors currently working from home, how is that impacting their client relationships? And how are so many advisors still choosing to move in these uncertain times? Mindy Diamond discusses that and more in this Industry Update.
Who are the investors? How are deals structured? Why would an advisor choose to sell all or a portion of his business? What’s the downside? When to monetize? The answers to those questions and more for wirehouse and independent advisors.
Many advisors wonder whether their business value can be maximized under a brokerage umbrella. Louis Diamond shares 3 valuation scenarios, as well as sheds light on why so many advisors choose to go independent on the back 9 of their careers.
Industry Update: Why Rockefeller, First Republic and Other Boutique Firms Are Attracting So Many Top Advisors
The 3rd of a 3-part series on the landscape of the wealth management industry explores today’s boutique firms – a quasi-independent model – focusing on the top 2 firms in particular: Rockefeller Capital Management and First Republic Wealth Management.
Beginning her deep dive into the ever-changing landscape of the wealth management industry, Mindy Diamond explores the defining characteristics of wirehouse and regional firms, how they’ve changed in recent years, and much more.
Mindy Diamond takes a close look at the ever-evolving landscape of the wealth management industry, outlining the “continuum” of models—comparing and contrasting features and benefits for financial advisors.
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