Most banks realize the benefits of having financial advisors and the recurring fee income they bring into the institutions. But as advisors’ books of clients and their assets under management have grown, so too has the age of those advisors. This means banks are confronting a growing challenge: succession planning.

Other segments of the planning industry—independent planning firms and wirehouses—have addressed this issue, but for a variety of reasons, banks have been slow to do so.

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