Changing firms can be complicated. Here's what we've learned from hundreds of advisors who have changed Broker Dealers and RIAs. These resources and thought-provoking articles are intended to help you consider your future path toward changing broker dealers, joining a team, finding a successor, or launching a new RIA.
These are common misconceptions in the financial industry that have held back advisors from leaving their broker-dealer behind and launching an RIA.
These are the 12 best practices to keep in mind if you are a financial advisor considering a transition to another firm.
An offer to join a new firm can come in forms you might not be expecting. Learn how to use these offers to your benefit and avoid disappointing surprises.
The broker protocol is one of the biggest indicators about how your firm views whether your client is yours (advisor) or theirs (firm). Read more!
Get a better idea of what it will take to ensure you have everything in line to launch your own RIA.
If you are an advisor considering a financial acquisition, consider these 5 non-financial, human factors to ensure success.
We explore the five most attention grabbing, downright irresistible options offered by firms looking to recruit the best and the brightest in the business.
Financial advisors looking to start an independent practice or RIA can simplify compliance with Joot, an outsourced CCO and technology platform.
Get more leads for financial advisors with 4 key website recommendations.
Keep these 3 key things in mind when thinking about moving or transitioning firms as a financial advisor.
Financial advisors looking to move firms who have a portfolio filled with non-portable, alternative investments can find solutions with Cox Capital.
Financial advisors who feel like they're in the penalty box with lower compensation rates may consider transitioning firms to improve their lives.
Unsatisfied? Considering leaving your current practice? Think strategically & evaluate your options with these eight factors your next firm will consider.
Considering a transition to a new firm? These five steps can help ease your anxiety, set you up to be more strategic and feel more confident in your move.
The structure of the wirehouse model may have been important in the past, but is it still a good option for financial advisors post-pandemic?
Learn what it takes to start your own practice that operates strategically, is compliant with financial regulations, and protects you as an owner.
Here's a framework for how to put a spotlight on yourself, tactfully negotiate, and get what you're worth when you're looking to join another firm.
Analyze who you are and what you do as a financial advisor practice to attract and recruit right fit advisors using purposeful digital marketing strategies
Improve your offer as a financial advisor with these six expert negotiation techniques.
Financial advisors preparing for a future sale will maximize their practice’ value and unleash growth potential by considering these 5 key factors.
Never join a new firm until you get answers to these questions. This list for financial advisors will help you ask the right questions before making a move
From our research: the top 5 differentiators that financial advisors consider as they start exploring a transition to a new firm
Financial advisors spend their entire careers helping clients achieve their financial goals, but not quite as much time preparing for retirement.
You've been offered a new book of business- now what!? What should you be considering to help you determine if this is the right move and right time?
Are you a financial advisor considering switching firms? Nine common reasons why financial advisors make a transition, and what that means for you.
Attracting 'good fit' financial advisors, especially from W2 firms, is key to your business. Why and how should you be thinking about contribution margin?
Cold calling is a recruiting industry standard for financial practices. Experienced this? Recruiters will continue calling until you tell them this...
Prepare to attract and recruit right fit advisors to your practice with these seven critical steps and resources.