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  • No upfront startup expense
  • Competitive Payout
  • Concierge level service
  • Spacious and appointed office space

Wealthbrook: A “Plug & Play” Solution

Making the move to Wealthbrook brings successful advisors many benefits.  As an independent advisor, you can:

• Increase your income potential:  Wirehouse or insurance firm advisors often see their income more than double after making the move to Wealthbrook.  Greater control over your expenses raises the potential for increasing your income and overall profitability. 

Concierge - Under the “concierge” affiliation option, advisors do not incur any overhead expense (i.e. office space, computers, and administrative support are provided.)

Network - For advisors who already have an office and staff, the “network” option may be preferable, as greater control over your expenses raises the potential for increasing income and overall profitability.

• Rely on your own reputation:  When you’re an independent advisor, you are the brand.  You control your reputation and the culture you want to create for your clients and staff.

• Deliver greater value:  You know what’s best for your clients and have the freedom to choose the types of products and services you want to offer. You can build relationships with clients based on their needs and deliver outstanding service with your hand-picked staff.  It’s the kind of relationship that produces a loyal client base and a greater potential for referrals.

• Shape your own future:  As an independent financial advisor, you have a voice.  The senior management and staff at Wealthbrook consider you their “client” and work hard to earn your business.  They are interested in what you have to say and typically offer opportunities to serve on advisory boards and provide feedback in other ways.  Independent advisors help shape the development of future product, service and technology offerings at their firms.

• Build a lasting legacy: What happens to your client accounts if you become disabled or pass away?  If you’re at a brokerage firm, the branch manager takes control and distributes them to other advisors in the branch.  As an independent advisor, when you’re ready to retire, you can choose to sell your business or pass it on to a member of your family, because you maintain 100% ownership of your book.  Either way, you choose a succession plan that’s right for you and your clients.

• Create a more balanced, enjoyable lifestyle:  Choosing independence allows you to create a better balance between your personal and work life. You can create a culture and work environment suited to your unique needs and choose your business structure and the types of clients you want to work with.  If you want to focus on a niche or specialty, you can.  You pick where you want to work, your partners (if you want any) and staff, and set your own hours.


To learn more about the professional history of our financial advisor(s), please visit FINRA’s BrokerCheck.