Advisory firm breakup: Who gets the clients?

07/2/2013 | Financial Planning

When a financial advisor leaves a firm, often a nonsolicitation agreement stops the advisor from calling on former clients. Experts say up-front agreements spelling out who gets clients can help when an advisor leaves a firm. Another strategy for advisors looking to keep clients is to establish connections via social media before leaving.

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