A Typical Financial Advisor Business Plan

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Typical Business Plan for a Financial Advisor

A.) Executive Summary:

The role of the wealth manager is not to simply sell a financial product to a prospect. Instead, a wealth manager’s first concern is developing a comprehensive understanding of the client, a client-centric approach to providing financial solutions. Next the wealth manager must match the right solutions to the client’s needs and desires and ensure he or she receives an exceptional service experience. After that, product and service sales opportunities will naturally follow. Making the transition is clearly a trade-off between short-term results and long-term success. Financial security through goals-based wealth management. As a wealth manager with Merrill Lynch, the emphasis would be on marketing and looking for ways to help clients with a broad array of financial capabilities. The objective is to help clients achieve their goals and dreams, whether it’s living in luxury, providing charitable contributions and/or leaving a legacy for family and friends; consult and advise clients how to best save and structure their investments to reach their goals.

1. What would your specific goals be for new assets under management?

a. Year 1 – 10 Million of Assets Under Management ( 10 qualified contacts per day, 1-2 new accounts per week ). b. Year 2 – 20 Million of Assets Under Management ( 20 qualified contacts per day, 2-3 new accounts per week ). c. Year 3 – 30 Million of Assets Under Management ( 30 qualified contacts per day, 3-5 new accounts per week ).

2. What would your value proposition be to a prospect ...

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