What does an OSJ need to do to be an industry leader?

It’s a question that is coming up with more regularity — and more urgency — as Offices of Supervisory Jurisdiction, now often called super OSJs, continue to be one of the fastest growing and most competitive areas of the advisory business. Those firms that are content with being traditional or even middle-of-the-road providers of compliance and regulatory services to advisers risk being left behind.

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