In recent years, financial firms have been encouraging senior advisors to incorporate younger individuals into multigenerational teams in an effort to capture an enormous wealth transfer that is expected over the next decade.

But after youthful advisors have been hired, they face a considerable challenge in being seen as respected resources for older clients. All too frequently, potential clients may be reluctant to entrust their money to someone with limited experience.

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