Compensation is a hot topic in the wealth management world these days. A week doesn’t go by without meeting an advisor who’s amending a company's plan or thinking about it.

Sure, it's common to make changes: In practice a company wants to match remuneration to incentives and long-term goals. That, however, is not what is happening. Many times, compensation is reformulated when employees leave, threaten to leave or partners squabble.

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