Among the most notable workplace trends in recent years has been the growing number of financial advisors seeking to breakaway and transition their careers. To many, the allure of joining a registered investment advisory (RIA) firm or launching a new RIA is the desire for greater independence and increased compensation.
Jacko Law Group, PC (“JLG”) continues to see a high volume of financial advisors transitioning from one broker-dealer or registered investment advisory firm to another. When advisors change firms in the heavily-regulated financial industry, they and the firms they are joining must understand federal and state laws, as well as contractual limitations and how those considerations will factor in to the transition process.… Read More
In recent years, there has been a considerable increase in the number of financial advisors who are looking to break-away and transition to careers with registered investment advisory firms (“RIAs”) or even launching their own RIA seeking more independence, control, growth opportunities, and increased compensation.
Investment adviser representatives and registered representatives (together, “Advisors”) face numerous issues when making a move to a different financial services company. Even the strongest relationship with an employer can be strained when a departure occurs as the Advisor is generally attempting to transfer client relationships (and corresponding revenue) to the new company. … Read More