UBS tweaked its compensation plan for 2014 to provide additional incentives for advisors who are doing more financial planning work and onboarding wealthier clients.
The changes, which were announced to the firms approximately 7,100 advisors this afternoon and go into effect Jan. 1 2014, provide additional perks for advisors who are helping clients with services such as education planning, long-term care and retirement planning.
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