Bank program managers worried that they might lose their top advisors to wirehouses or other rivals may want to offer them a different type of work arrangement.
Restless advisors might appreciate the opportunity to work more independently as second-story advisors, focusing exclusively on their books of business without having to deal with branch traffic, according to industry observers.
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