Succession planning is an oft-discussed topic in the advisory industry, but there is another important, and perhaps less complicated, way to protect a practice: continuity planning.
Financial advisors should be thinking about business continuity -- maintaining their business and protecting clients -- and not just succession planning, which is about exit strategies, says Rusty Vanneman, chief investment officer of Omaha, Neb.-based CLS Investments.
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