Headhunters are likening the recruitment landscape in wealth management to a seller's market. Nine seasoned headhunters who joined On Wall Street's annual recruiters panel are watching closely as contracts signed after the financial crisis seven years ago begin to expire.

Their expectations? Several say the moves will continue in the coming months, and likely increase in number and size. "This is a golden age for advisors. It's also a golden age for headhunters," notes recruiter Danny Sarch. But movement is likely to be across all employee advisory channels.

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