Banks are braving the waters of non-traditional advisor compensation plans even as they risk losing their top performers.

In its annual study of pay plans for bank advisors, research firm Kehrer Bielan Research & Consulting found that three of the 30 large banks surveyed had implemented plans that veer from the traditional practice of paying advisors on commission based on their production.

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