As much as we believe in the relevance of compensation research, our own experience has led us to the conclusion that compensation is but one component of successful human capital programs at financial advisory firms. As such, we are looking to address the myriad challenges and opportunities advisors face today as they hire, manage, compensate and advance their team members.

The reality is that many firms add staff or advisors to solve problems or capitalize on opportunities. However, without a sound human capital program in place, adding team members may solve one set of problems while creating entirely new ones.

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