The Case of the Resentful Successor
Creating a clear succession plan helps deter frustrating — and potentially resentful — situations.
Breaking Through Your Career-Track Barrier
In my conversations with next-gen advisors throughout the country, many express frustration that they are stuck in an associate advisor role when their desire is to move into a full lead advisor role.
Young Investors Don’t Want Advisors Who ‘Mirror Them’: Securities America
Gen X and Gen Y want experienced financial advisors and are willing to work with their parents’ FAs, the IBD said at its conference.
Save the Advice Industry! Hire a Retirement-Plan Intern
Bringing a college student on board can boost your business in both the short and long term.
Amy Webber, Cambridge’s Optimist: The 2014 IA 25 Profile
“Starting with the fact that we can’t control things like the market and economy or regulation, I’m wildly optimistic about our industry,” Webber said.
Michael Kitces, Nerd Who Does It All: The 2014 IA 25 Profile
One has to wonder how Michael Kitces does it: the advisor, blogger, Twitterphile and industry speaker is constantly evolving and taking on new challenges.
Deena Katz and Harold Evensky, Next-Gen Mavens: The IA 25 2014 Profile
At a stage of their careers where many advisors slow down, Katz and Evensky are doubling down on their commitment to the next generation.
Caleb Brown, Next-Gen Bridge Builder: The 2014 IA 25 Profile
Brown focuses on career changers and students to help firms reap the next generation of talent.
The 2014 IA 25 on the Next Generation of Advisors and Clients
Advisors and their clients are aging together. What does that mean for the industry?