Last year, Exencial Wealth Advisors faced a familiar-sounding problem. Like many other financial advisory firms around the country, it had built up a solid business over the years. But the 40-something founders of the Oklahoma City-based firm realized they needed to make major changes to ensure that the firm could continue to grow.
Topping the list: Exencial's compensation structure.
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