Clients expect their financial advisors to be experts in everything investment-related. But advisors also are expected to deliver high-quality service while they focus on business development.
Sound stressful? Consider just one example. An advisor wants to learn about one of the latest investment trends, specifically alternatives. But the increasing popularity and proliferation of alternative investments is causing consternation for more and more advisors. Not only is the advisor in the example under pressure to grow his practice, provide customer service and manage portfolios, the advisor now must set aside time for learning about alts.
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