PRweb – Diamond Consultants, recruiters and consultants to financial advisors and firms, announced today that their podcast series “Mindy Diamond on Independence” has surpassed 30,000 downloads—a milestone that Mindy Diamond herself never expected to reach.
Guest Jim Gold discusses breaking away from the senior leadership ranks at Morgan Stanley to build Steward Partners, a full-service employee-owned quasi-independent model, for advisors who are not interested in building something from scratch. He also shares some exciting news about the growth of the firm.
Merrill breakaway Lisa Van Walleghem of MAXIMAI shares why leaving the once “great school of experience” with a globally diverse book to form her own independent firm was the best way for her to serve her offshore clients and grow her business.
Attorney David Gehn shares his experience in working with advisors through non-Protocol moves, the challenges of terminations and hyper-compliance, avoiding TROs and other contractual matters that can arise even before an advisor considers a move.
Michael Henley, a 34-yr old “diehard Merrill Lynch advisor” and team, with a partner less than 10 years from retirement, came to a point at the wirehouse when it was more about “jumping through hoops” for the bank than doing best for their clients.
By Mindy Diamond, WealthManagement.com – It’s hard to deny the increasing momentum towards independence. Whether it’s studies showing year-over-year growth nearing the double digits, or headlines touting another breakaway team making the leap, there are few advisors who can deny the significance and validity of the space.
A curated collection of the top words of wisdom shared by wealth management industry leaders and top breakaways from the first year of the leading podcast series for advisors exploring the independent space, Mindy Diamond on Independence.
It’s not just the billion-dollar teams that are making a splash in the independent space; just ask Brett Oley of Oley Kinser Concierge Wealth.
In this podcast episode, Liz Nesvold, founder and managing partner of Silver Lane Advisors, joins Mindy to explore what it means to build your business with the end in mind, and why it’s one of the most critical directives an RIA firm owner should follow.
Mark Tibergien, the CEO of BNY Mellon Pershing Advisor Solutions, shares his thoughts on the momentum towards independence, the evolving advisor mindset, what it takes to run a successful practice and much more on this podcast episode.
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