Banks and credit unions need to up the ante if they want to lure advisors from other firms, according to a new report from Kehrer Saltzman & Associates.

The “upfront sweeteners” that financial institutions typically use to attract top performers aren’t effective in the current environment, Peter Bielan, a principal of Kehrer Saltzman and an author of the report, said in a telephone interview.

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