One of the architects of Focus Financial Partners' rapid rise has left the firm, Financial Planning has learned.

Richard Gill, who had been with Focus for seven of the RIA consolidator's eight years in existence, was a managing director who led the firm's efforts to lure breakaway brokers to Focus' network. A recent Focus press release noted that Gill had "transitioned more than $10 billion in assets" over his time at the company.

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