Bank Investment Consultant has spilled much (digital) ink covering the talent crunch in the bank advisory world. The advisor force is getting older and there simply aren’t enough younger advisors to fill the void created when the veterans retire.

The irony is that the advisor force reflects its baby boomer clientele in this demographic respect. And just when those aging clients (and prospects) are going to need help the most, banks will be strained to offer it unless they can find ways to develop and hold onto young talent.

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