Nathan Harness from Texas A&M and Kate Healy from TD Ameritrade Institutional join us at this year’s NexGen Gathering. Together, they explore a wide range of topics about the next generation of financial planners, and how they plug into the financial planning profession’s landscape.
Vanessa Oligino, the Director of RIA Practice Management at TD Ameritrade challenges new planners with succession planning research. She challenges them to really consider what is best for them personally and critically evaluate whether or a firm is one you should buy into. Knowing what’s most important to you as well as what your non-negotiables would be related to firm ownership are critical to identify before considering potential succession opportunities.
In this episode, Kayla Kennelly shares her experience launching a reverse mentoring program, adopting schools to teach financial literacy, and joining an innovative business model to challenge the way financial planning is being delivered to the masses!
Jarrod Upton joins Hannah Moore to discuss his passion for operations within the financial planning profession. From his previous experience, and current role as an operations consultant, Jarrod dives deep into what new planners need to know about operations and firm culture.
In this round table, our group of four paraplanners share their insights and what they have learned about financial planning having worked with multiple different firms. Don’t miss their fantastic insights into financial planning firms!
If you’ve ever considered buying a financial planning practice, want to know more about growing a multi-location practice, or wondered how a national, virtual team works together to serve clients on hourly and project-based financial planning cases – this episode is for you. Anna Sergunina, CFP®, covers a lot of ground, and every minute of this podcast is jam-packed with valuable information!