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As a financial advisor, you’re always thinking about your clients’ future. But what about your future? A recent survey conducted by CLS Investments shows more than 40% of independent advisors expect the sale of their business to account for between a quarter and half of their retirement. This figure stands in contrast to the reality that most advisors are wholly unprepared to pass on their business to a successor. David Grau, President and Founder of FP Transitions, says fewer than one in 10 advisors will sell their practice at the end of their career. It’s why a whopping 99% of independent practices die after one generation. Building an enduring business...

How to Attract Talent to Grow Your Firm

The RIA channel has enjoyed tremendous growth in recent years. From 2008-2012, more than 4,000 advisors wirehouses and large advisor firms to join the ranks of Registered Investment Advisors, ...

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Selling Through Others: the TAMP Model of Growth

The traditional RIA business consists of four basic components: back-office functions, compliance, money management and sales. All of these functions can be outsourced to other firms. The best RIA firms spend 60-80% of their time in client-facing activities so they can drive growth. What RIAs...

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Using Technology to Streamline Your Practice

With the speed at which technology changes, advisors need to be adaptable and willing to upgrade technologies that can improve their business. That was the message from Doug Kinsey of Artifex Financial Group, who outlined a roadmap of his firm’s technology in a recent Genius Session for...

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Lean Six Sigma training brings process improvement to TCA

RIAs that work with Trust Company of America know that a key focus of our work is on helping advisors achieve smart growth.

Whether it is our dedicated advisor service, leading RIA technology, or practice management consultative offerings, we help advisors do more with what they have.

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