Independent wealth firms recruit advisors with promises of freedom, technology and growth

Globe & Mail
April 19, 2022.

When it comes to recruiting top advisors to independent advisory firms, it’s not just about the money but treating them as clients and partners, not employees.

That’s the message from Natalie Bisset, head of corporate development at Richardson Wealth Ltd. in Toronto.

“The majority of candidates we’re talking to right now, including advisor teams, are interested in having a voice in the decisions the firm makes and how they affect their clients,” she says.

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