Now that you're retiring, what do you want to leave as your legacy in the industry? DANNY LUDEMAN: I'm proud to have spent my entire career with a firm that recognized early on what you need to be a leader in our industry and that you must do what's best for clients. It was my privilege to lead the firm through a period of growth during which we brought together some of the most respected firms in the business and so many talented people who have strengthened our ability to serve and advise families. In the process, we created an organization that today, as part of Wells Fargo, is truly the preeminent brokerage firm in America. And because of our success, we've also been able to do so much to strengthen the communities we serve by sharing our time, our money and our ideas. I couldn't ask for more than that. And now I have the honor of taking what I've learned over 30 years in this business and serving the community on a full-time basis.

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