The move makes Brancucci and Crossan managing partners at the practice, which has more than
“We do still have a traditional brokerage that seems to still fit the bond business,” Brancucci said. “The advisory on the fee-based side is far and away the fastest growing part.”
The managing partners decided to hitch their business to Royal Alliance’s trading platform and reporting systems, which Crossan said were far superior to what they saw in the landscape as they decided where to move. “It dovetailed nicely in the practice, and in the direction where we wanted to take it,” he said.
“Our goal in 2012 is to go after those hybrid advisors seeking independence and wanting open-architecture,” Beard said.
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