MarketCounsel’s Brian Hamburger discusses legal considerations to help with an advisor's transition
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Learn what your exit could look like.
Your timeframe for leaving, and what information you can transfer between firms, depend on what agreements you might have already signed.
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Be confident in the process.
Start by creating a clear vision of what you want your business to become. How many partners will you have? Where will you set up shop?
Watch video: Brian Hamburger: Initial registration and regulatory compliance
Make sure your plan is comprehensive.
Legal counsel can help structure a strategic plan, ensuring that all the essential elements—registration, disclosures, policies and procedures, and client agreements—are considered.
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