Kirstin Turner sees smart financial planning as more than a path to retirement or a formula for asset growth. For her it’s a gateway to social change.
The Florida-based RBC complex director, who oversees seven offices, 62 advisers and $36 million in production, entered the profession at age 27. She got her start with Smith Barney after five years in the commercial design field.
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