NEW YORK – Wealth management executives worried about where to find new talent may have a simple solution before them: Embrace senior advisors who want to work past traditional retirement ages.

"When it comes to advisors at age 65, people make it sound like they are on their last legs," said Brand Meyer, head of Wells Fargo Advisors' independent brokerage group, at SIFMA's annual meeting here on Monday afternoon.

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