Part of the due-diligence process for most advisers is the home office visit.
These visits afford advisers the opportunity to meet with home office product specialists and drill down into the details of the prospective firm's product offerings. This is a critical step for advisers in helping determine if the prospective firm is a good venue for them to serve existing clients and build their businesses.
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