Running up against the limits of a recruitment strategy based on swiping advisor talent from their competitors, leading wealth management firms are trying a new ploy: Growing their own.
With so many regionals, wirehouses and independents intent on poaching top talent in recent years, there has been little to no emphasis on cultivating a new generation of advisors. They may have taken their eye off the ball when it comes to developing fresh young talent, says Bill Butterfield, a research analyst with Aite Group.
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