Bank advisor compensation has evolved over the years to more closely match the model used by most brokerages that is based on a rolling average of production over several months, according to a new study by Kehrer Saltzman & Associates.
When the study originated in 1997 by legacy group Kenneth Kehrer Associates, more than half the banks surveyed paid their advisors on only the current month's production.
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