Why The Broker Recruiting Protocol Is Here To Stay

legal agreementThe Broker Recruiting Protocol adopted in 2004 has dramatically changed the recruiting landscape for the better.This is good news for  advisors, firms and clients alike. Some have opined that the recent rash of wirehouse departures will cause major firms to renounce their participation in the Protocol. A few articles have portrayed major firms as giving lip service to the Protocol while seeking to circumvent it behind the scenes. I believe that this game changing agreement is here to stay. My article explains why.


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About Mark Elzweig

I am an executive search recruiter with an inside track on financial advisors, the asset management industry, and Wall Street. My work has appeared in numerous publications including On Wall Street,AdvisorOne, and Fund Fire. Journalists regularly seek me out, so you catch my bon mots in The Wall Street Journal, Research Magazine, Reuters, and more. You can follow me on Twitter @elzweig or you can reach me directly at 212-685-7070 or elzweig@elzweig.com.
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2 Responses to Why The Broker Recruiting Protocol Is Here To Stay

  1. mking41 says:

    Very good article Mark!

    Sent from my iPad


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