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.
By Mindy Diamond, WealthManagement.com – Rising above the day-to-day tasks of your “job” to invest time in thoughtful strategizing and planning can be the gamechanger you’ve been looking for.
By Jason Diamond, WealthManagement.com – Amid a banner year, it may feel counterintuitive to even think about disrupting momentum—but it may be wise to do just that.
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.
Next gen Tom Stadum realized that he had a long runway and greater opportunity beyond UBS. So once his partner/father fulfilled the obligations of his retirement agreement, Tom left to build independent firm Fjell Capital with Sanctuary Wealth.
The convention of offering a forgivable loan or recruitment deal has been the subject of a long-standing debate in the wealth management industry. Should advisors take the upfront deal or opt for the long-term potential of independence?
By Mindy Diamond, WealthManagement.com – No doubt that changing market conditions, looming regulatory and tax law modifications, asset allocation and client requirements weigh heavily on the minds of all advisors—but for those considering change, there’s even more that they’re losing sleep over.
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.
An “Industry Outsider” Shows What’s Possible When Building a Financial Planning Firm from the Ground Up
Anders Jones discusses how Facet Wealth’s combination of a lower-asset client target, specially-designed technology, remote client services and unique subscription-based model is serving as a template for financial advice firms of the future.
By Mindy Diamond, Forbes.com – Just like a marriage, the early years of a partnership often reflect the initial values and ideals you shared as a courting couple. Yet people and circumstances evolve over time, so unless you grow together, you’re likely to grow apart.
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