Two years after selling Fortigent to LPL, the company's founder has a new gig.
High-profile entrepreneur Andy Putterman, whose high-end turnkey asset management outsourcer had $65 billion on its platform at the time of its sale, is hanging out a shingle as a wealth management consultant, Financial Planning has learned.
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