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Partnering with Seventy2 Capital gives you access to a robust support system structured around:
Financial Advisor wanted to own their practice and exercise independence in choosing the products and services that best serve his clients. They needed an experienced client service team to provide investment planning support and a growth-oriented culture to expand their business.
Financial Advisor wanted to own their practice and seek a different compensation structure with higher potential payouts. They needed a dedicated support staff in planning and client services to expand their business and help their clients achieve their financial goals.
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