Making the right support staff hires can improve the overall efficiency of a financial advisory firm and make it easier for top advisors to seek out and serve new clients, says Dan Davis, president and co-founder of ADK Wealth Advisory Group in St. Louis, a firm with $120 million in assets.

Many financial advisors, including him,  “were trained to develop a business model with support staff that was more administrative in nature,” Davis said.

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