Investment advisors are familiar with the need to have difficult conversations with clients. Any number of anticipated or unforeseen situations, such as the loss of a job or a serious family illness, can prompt the need to revisit a client’s investment plan and tailor their asset allocation plan to deal with significant life changes.
I think most of us would agree over the past three months we have all come to expect the unexpected. In our September 2019 Legal Risk Management Tip, we discussed the importance for smaller financial industry firms to consider succession … Read More
CEO & Managing Partner Michelle Jacko was quoted by The Financial Services Network in their article, "Modern Practice Management, Pt. 2: Why Small RIAs Are Stranded When Succession Planning" on November 5, 2019. The article discusses succession planning, specifically for … Read More
Introduction The concept of succession planning is familiar territory for many financial advisors. While it is common for financial industry professionals to counsel clients about how to plan ahead for their future, often times financial advisors fail to plan for … Read More