In 2011, 44% of brokers who left wirehouses landed at independent firms, but every broker has an array of options when it comes to independence.
According to Mark Elzweig, who heads a New York-based executive search firm focusing on the asset management community, going independent often means taking a modest deal in anticipation of a large future payday.
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