Several years ago, Grant Rawdin passed on the chance to become a charter shareholder in National Advisors Trust, a trust company owned by a registered investment adviser and designed to serve advisers nationwide.

At the time, Rawdin, who is CEO of Wescott Financial Advisory Group, felt the company did not have a strong enough trust solution for his firm. But in February 2011, he and his firm did an about-face.

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