We no longer live in a society where you work the same job at the same company for 30 years and then retire. More often than not, people change for a growth opportunity, or they don't put too much thought into it and simply decide to move elsewhere.

Perhaps, this is more than true for financial advisers. Their firms change and consolidate, which sometimes makes independence an attractive option, or they seize on an opportunity to monetize their book with a strategic move. But how does an adviser find the firm that fits their way of doing business? And how do they get that firm's attention?

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