Given how they marry intimacy to scale, perhaps it’s no surprise that, in recent years, large regional advisory hubs known as offices of supervisory jurisdiction have proven increasingly popular.

“Super OSJs have become another flavor of independent ice cream,” says recruiter Danny Sarch of Leitner Sarch Consultants in White Plains, N.Y. “They attract advisors who want to join a familiar group of people, who want independence but also want the camaraderie of a corporate structure.”

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