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The more you invest in clients, the more they are likely to invest in you. Edward Jones can help shed some light on key strategies and best practices that have been most successful in attracting new clients, building relationships and acquiring assets.
Finding clients can be one of your biggest challenges. Edward Jones uncovered critical insights on finding clients, how many strategies to use and which were most effective.
For over 90 years, Edward Jones has focused on being the first choice of the serious long-term, individual investor. The firm manages $1 trillion in assets under care with a single goal: providing tailored solutions for clients through community-based Financial Advisors. When experienced Financial Advisors move to Edward Jones, they enjoy the autonomy and support to build and run their practice. Edward Jones provides office space, a branch office administrator, equipment and resources, a robust product offering and research, as well as extensive support through mentors, regional leaders and experts at the home office to help experienced advisors take their practice to the next level. In fact, the On Wall Street 2016 Financial Advisor Compensation Study ranked Edward Jones compensation highest across production levels $2 million, $1 million and $600,000, compared to wirehouses, super regionals and regionals. (Source: On Wall Street, April 2017.)
SEE WHY EXPERIENCED ADVISORS MOVE TO EDWARD JONES.
The Edward Jones business model is attractive to experienced Financial Advisors because it offers something unique. In a partnership, without quarterly demands from shareholders, Edward Jones is able to invest in technology and training to meet the changing demands of our industry. Financial Advisors are empowered with the tools they need to help their clients meet their financial goals and achieve long-term success.
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August 8, 2018 - Our industry has long lamented the small percentage of female advisers. Indeed, the data show that only around 17% of all advisers are women. But has the time (finally!) come for the rise of the female financial adviser? The Tipping Point We do seem close...
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June 19, 2018 - J.P. Morgan Securities has asked a federal court in Indiana to grant a temporary and preliminary injunction restraining one of its former brokers, Gabriel Campbell, from soliciting former clients to join him at his new employer, Merrill Lynch. JPMorgan...
June 12, 2018 - Almost three decades ago, BlackRock Inc. created software to obsessively monitor the then-fledgling firm's financial risks. Now, after turning it into an essential tool on Wall Street, the firm is zeroing in on another kind of client: financial advisers....
June 12, 2018 - Leaving one firm and heading to another can be a delicate, and sometimes harrowing, situation. When Melanie Housden left Edward Jones it turned litigious and got worse from there. Check out her story.
May 25, 2018 - A former Edward D. Jones broker sued the firm Thursday, claiming widespread, intentional racial discrimination in the firm's policies and practices. The ex-broker, Wayne Bland, is African-American and worked at Jones from 2014 to 2016. The lawsuit, which...
May 22, 2018 - Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that 20 young advisers had completed UBS' general adviser training program. That is the number that have started the program. UBS Wealth Management Americas is the latest firm to try to...
May 10, 2018 - At a time when the financial advice industry is desperately attempting to become younger and more diverse, Edward Jones' move earlier this week to tap a woman as its next managing partner will only make the firm more attractive to potential female candidates...
April 12, 2018 - Even as BlackRock Inc.'s assets advanced to $6.3 trillion and its growth appears unstoppable, there are signs the firm isn't invincible. Net flows for its global iShares exchange-traded funds declined 46% in the first quarter, to $34.6 billion from a...
April 4, 2018 - A two-person team that managed $185 million in assets at Edward Jones in Meridian, Idaho, has joined the franchise channel of Ameriprise Financial Inc. Paul Orlando and Derek Busby will operate under the name of Granite Financial Management, according...
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