Ken Wren Jr. began his career in 1994 when he joined his father as an advisor at Scott & Stringfellow. The two, along with four other team members, joined TowneBank in 2004 where they co-founded the bank's investment group. The team has grown to about $900 million in AUM and about $5 million in annual production.

In my 19 years in the industry, I’ve seen young advisors repeating some of the same mistakes. Here are three career tips to help young advisors stay on track.

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