When it comes to high-level wealth management talent, it’s still a seller’s market.

“It’s a talent-constrained market,” says veteran executive recruiter Jane Swan, the former co-head of global wealth management at Korn/Ferry who just joined London-based Sheffield Haworth as a managing director and head of the firm’s Americas wealth management division. “Firms are looking to grow by bringing on advisors with books of business, and there is a big gap between those advisors and those who are looking at retirement.”

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