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Dear Financial Advisor

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Dear Financial Advisor

As a Financial Advisor of a large SEC registered Independent Hybrid RIA, located in Boca Raton, where we have a strong custodial relationship with one of the largest independent broker/dealers in America, I am pleased to make you aware of two unique opportunities.

Being affiliated with a Hybrid RIA, you can be in a unique position to offer your clients, strategies, services and products, typically not available to advisors associated with captive broker/dealers, while potentially benefiting from significant financial incentives, and benefiting from owning your own book.

As a former captive financial advisor with a large broker dealer, I understand the concerns, fears, pros and cons an advisor can have in making a transition. It was a personal eye-opener to learn about going independent almost 6 years ago, with its benefits and potential downside, and I could not be happier.

1-Transition your Practice:
You will have unparalleled independence in running your practice, while offering extensive client solutions throughout America. Our beautiful, professionally designed Boca Raton offices contain support staff to help you transition your practice seamlessly, while sharing your thoughts and ideas with peers, in a collaborative and friendly environment. You will also have the opportunity to further your knowledge and skills, through numerous national B/D and wholesaler events.

Benefits of Going Independent:
Higher Payouts
More Products, Services and Client Strategies
Selection of Fee-Based and Brokerage Accounts
Insurance, Annuities, REIT’s and much more
Financial Planning Services
Compliance Friendly and proactive with the new rules.
State-of-the Art Technology
Concierge Back-Office Support
Independence, with No Pushing of Certain Products or Services
Turn-Key Office Set-Up
No Required Staff Meetings
Make Your Own Hours
Sign-On Bonus (TBD-depends upon production)
Marketing Allowance (TBD-depends upon production)
Financial Assistance in Purchasing Practices
Available Marketing and Client Acquisition Assistance
Own your own book and create equity and long-term enterprise value
Not all my clients will transition (Maybe, but you will potentially benefit from a higher payout)
My employer will solicit my clients (Definitely, but there are strategies to counter)
My independent firm name may not be recognized (Clients want You)
I will have a delay in my new income (We may front-load money)
It is complicated to set-up an office (No it’s not-Ours is totally turnkey)
Repapering is difficult and time-consuming (We provide support)
I have to learn new technology (We provide training)
I am afraid of losing my bonus (Your potential higher payout may offset now and for the future and you will have equity in your practice)

2-Sell All or Part of your Book:
If you desire to sell all or part of your book, you can rest assured that your clients will be well taken care of, with our numerous strategies, investment products and financial planning services. Licensed nationally, we have the ability to serve clients timely and professionally.

As a Financial Advisor, I can tell you that there is a whole new world out there, of independence, with support if and when you want it. As an entrepreneur, you owe it to yourself, your family and your clients, to see the other side. You just might be pleasantly surprised.

Take the first step to learn how your business and personal future may be improved. Contact me confidentially at All communication is strictly confidential.

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On May 18, 2017
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