Consistency, stability and a steady hand. That’s what the best branch managers offer in a world fraught with financial uncertainty and the specter of regulatory overhaul.

On Wall Street and New York Life/MainStay Investments realize that the job of the branch manager continues to grow in complexity as the financial advisors they handle and recruit seek more solutions and regulators require greater transparency and disclosure. That’s not all today’s branch manager faces. New financial products are being created, a global perspective is in demand, high-net-worth investors are struggling to maintain their wealth while planning for both the next generation of heirs and their philanthropic legacies.

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