Find the practice that fits your individual values, goals, and aspirations for success.
Maintaining your independence and protecting your sense of self-determination as you pursue business success doesn’t mean you have to move forward on your own. It may be strategically advisable and more beneficial overall to join an existing practice, bank, or credit union to achieve your vision of success.
Our goal at LPL Financial is to help you find the proper fit and establish a support structure so you can serve your clients more effectively. We believe in the importance of providing resources and support that grow along with you. In order to meet your needs at every stage of your practice, we provide:
We provide advisors with the workflows, advice, and support required for a smooth transition. LPL’s experienced Business Transition Partners team can ensure a smooth conversion at every stage, including client onboarding, repapering, and product mapping.
With years of financial planning services experience, our team can help develop your administrative staff using our unique learning resources. We’ll help them become more efficient at managing your business so you can remain laser focused on supporting your clients and building your team.
As you consider the pathways to lead your practice forward, there are several viable choices you have available at LPL. This includes the traditional LPL Corporate RIA, which can allow you to shift the burden of legal and compliance accountability while gaining greater control over practice structure and profitability. Click here to learn more about this independent advisor model.
If you’re looking a firm foundation from which to build your future, partnering with a bank or credit union may be an ideal fit. You can benefit from the credibility, trusted brand, and established presence of a local institution. Click here to learn more about joining a bank or credit union and how LPL can help.
Should you select to join an existing practice, LPL’s dedicated recruiting team is standing by to help you evaluate your options and provide the perspective necessary to make an informed decision.