This is a remarkable homecoming for Matthew Stahr, the newly appointed president of De Waay Financial Network and De Waay Advisory, the sibling of Clive, Iowa companies that provide brokerage and investment advisory services to clients.

In that job, Stahr is responsible for expanding the company’s fleet of advisors and boosting its average advisor production. Right now, De Waay’s average advisor production falls between $700,000 and $750,000, and the company’s leadership would like to boost that average to about $1 million. Like a lot of other financial advisory firms targeting the very wealthy, the De Waay companies hope to do that by creating top-flight services for sophisticated, high-net-worth investors, and get bigger shares of their clients’ money management business.

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