Mindy Diamond on Independence for Financial Advisors

Mindy Diamond on Independence for Financial Advisors

Independence offers a great deal of freedom and flexibility, but it’s not for all financial advisors. This show explores the space and other options to help advisors assess what’s right for them, their clients and their businesses.

Episodes

September 29, 2022 52 min
A conversation with Todd Resnick, Co-Founder and President of One Seven Overview Todd Resnick and his colleagues wanted to serve their clients in new and creative ways but even more so they were attracted to the idea of building what he describes as a “destination” for other advisors. Their journey is a compelling one that started with building their own RIA and leveraging support from consultant and service provider...
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Kevin McGuire and Sarah Burney, former J.P. Morgan Private Bankers, share their journey in moving their $2B HNW-focused business to Cresset. They discuss garden leave, portability, referrals, and more.
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10 top trends from Diamond Consultants Transition Report, the first of a bi-annual series of reports for financial advisors. A comprehensive, data-driven exploration of financial advisor movement over a specific timeframe.
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Rudy Adolf describes how the idea of Focus Financial Partners evolved, filling a gap in how independent financial advisors accessed capital, resources and monetized their life’s work, plus the firm’s journey as a public company and more.
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Advisors invest their time, energy, and talents in serving clients and fostering business growth. Ultimately, they are creating career enterprise value. Here’s how to maximize that value.
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Matthew Jarvis rose from near bankruptcy to running a profitable independent financial advisory practice. He shares his story plus key teachings on extreme accountability and delivering massive value to clients.
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It’s common for financial advisors to share that they are uncomfortable thinking about a move when the markets are unsettled. But how does an advisor know if now is the right time to consider change? Learn that and more.
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Kelly Milligan describes his journey at Merrill from zero to $1.5B in AUM, his role as Chair of the ACTM, the change in culture at the firm and how that motivated him and his team to launch independent firm Quorum Private Wealth.
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Phil Fiore and his team felt limited at UBS in their ability to grow and customize services for their largely institutional client base. So they launched Procyon Partners, have expanded services and are achieving extraordinary M&A success.
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A financial advisor’s move should be to improve client service because it’s the clients who drive business growth and value. Here’s how to communicate “what’s in it for them” so they can see the positive impact of the change.
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Bill Cates has helped financial advisors move from incremental growth to exponential growth by communicating more compelling value and multiplying their best clients by accessing the power of referrals. Bill shares his best tips to create your own referral process with Louis Diamond.
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While advisors successfully transition out of non-Protocol firms each and every day, doing so comes with added risks. Attorney David Gehn, whose expertise is in representing advisors in transition, shares advice with Jason Diamond.
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What does it take to garner the attention of one of the leading private equity firms in the world? Beacon Pointe’s President Matt Cooper and Sasank Chary, Managing Director of KKR, answer that question and more.
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UBS breakaways John Klaas, Jr. and David Millington share their journey to launching independent firm Puzzle Wealth Solutions with Gladstone Wealth Partners and resulting growth to $2B in assets year one.
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Jim Dickson, founder and CEO of Sanctuary Wealth, revisits the show as the firm celebrates its 4th anniversary, recapping the early days of Sanctuary, discussing where the firm is today, the growth of supported independence and more.
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Grier Rubeling, Advisor Transition Services, joins this special Industry Update episode to share practical portability tips and actionable transition advice for financial advisors considering or preparing to change firms.
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Gary Hirschberg began to question if he was able to act as a true fiduciary to his clients at Goldman Sachs. Plus, he had the nagging desire to build a brand of his own. So in 2018, he left to launch Aaron Wealth Advisors.
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Steve Dimitriou built his book in firms like MFS, Alex.Brown, AdVest and later FiNet, growing to $1.3B in AUM. Yet the call for greater independence became the motivation to launch RIA Mayflower Advisors which today manages over $1.7B.
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On his 25th anniversary with Merrill, Craig Robson resigned to launch RIA Regent Peak Wealth in Atlanta, GA. It was a bold move designed to “liberate and empower” him and his team to serve their clients completely and with objectivity.
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Andy Harris of Evergreen Wealth Solutions describes his journey from building a business at ING, transitioning to an IBD at Commonwealth Financial Network, and later sliding over to their RIA platform, with key learnings about both models.
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