Case Study: Advisor Makes the Move to Independence

14 Year Veteran in the industry at a well-known wirehouse

What was Missing?

In this competitive space, the client needed to be able to attract and retain top talent by providing a “best-in-class” benefits package. Anticipated growth required the support of a scalable plan and the existing platform needed to be upgraded to become less reliant on manual processes and outdated technology.

Why Seventy2 Capital?
  • Opportunity to contribute to the growth of a team with a vision to build a premier brand in the region
  • Knew clients would have a higher level of service from a team of dedicated client service professionals
  • Gave advisor more freedom to focus on what he enjoys most about the business – adding value to clients and portfolio management
  • Family-friendly environment provides for more flexible work schedule
  • Recognized for contributing tangible financial results to the firm’s growth and personal successes
  • Direct access to Partners who listen to issues, seek input and help solve problems
Year One Results
  • Grew Y1 revenue by 15%
  • Record year of growth in $1M+ relationships
  • Re-energized his interest in the business and passion for helping clients
  • Better lifestyle and more quality time with a young, growing family
  • Feels aligned with the firm’s vision to grow and valued for contribution to its growth

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