By Mindy Diamond – I’ve written much about the decision-making process that an advisor goes through in order to determine if his firm is the one that will continue to serve him into the future. It occurred to me, though, that the most stressful time for an advisor who plans on jumping ship is the time “in between”—the time from deciding it’s time to go to the time one actually makes the leap.
By Louis Diamond – The recent spate of mergers and acquisitions has led many principals of independent advisory firms to consider their own futures.
“If we stay along our current course, will we be well positioned not only for growth, but also for increased enterprise value, making us more attractive to buyers of businesses like ours?”
Howard Diamond Quoted – By Mason Braswell, InvestmentNews – Fifteen advisers, including most recently a team in Texas managing $750 million in assets, have fled Barclays Plc U.S. wealth management group in the last month to join Bank of America Merrill Lynch following the announcement that Barclays unit was being acquired by the lesser known Stifel Financial Corp.
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