The CEO Challenges of Growth: Recruitment, Regulation and Consolidation in the Indy B-D World

April 2008
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2008 Broker/Dealer Report, Vol. 21, p8
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the digital discussion by several chief executive officers in different financial services firms in the U.S. The discussion was moderated by Timothy D. Welsh, president of Nexus Strategy LLC, the leading consulting firm that provides strategy and marketing advice to the financial services industry. It features the issue on financial advisers working in the independent broker-dealer channel than in the traditional employee model of the wire house, bank or insurance-owned broker-dealer, and how these changes impacting independent broker-dealer business market. Exchanging of views from several chief executive officers is also presented.


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