Eric Siber's focus for the last several years has been making sure the advisors in his office make a smooth transition to RBC's brand, technology, and products following J.B. Hanauer's merger with the firm in 2007. "Change can be difficult even when it's change for the better," Siber explains. "You have to have a tremendous amount of patience and show good leadership in making sure that everybody is on board and understands the advantages of the new platform and the new company." As a result of his dedication, Siber's complex quickly ascended the ranks at the new firm. Siber's office, which saw its revenues jump by 22% in the first two years he was at the helm, has an average production per advisor of $918,000 and last year won the award for the top complex at RBC Wealth Management.

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