When Victoria Collins started her transition into retirement a half-dozen years ago, she wasn’t overly concerned about getting equity out of the firm she helped found in 1990. Indeed, she still owns a 5.6% stake in First Foundation, the wealth management company’s publicly traded parent.

Her goal, rather, was to reset her career to spend more time on charitable work, while doing the right thing by her clients, she says.

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