Team-based adviser practices are better positioned for growth
Other - JUNE 11, 2024

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Team-based adviser practices are better positioned for growth

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Team-based practices outperform across key measures, including assets under management (AUM), services offered and productivity, according to the report Top-Performing Teams: Exploring the Benefits and Approaches of Building a Team-Based Advisory Practice from Cerulli Associates and Osaic, one of the nation’s largest providers of wealth management solutions.

The wealth management industry has seen a widespread increase in the development of multi-adviser practices to drive growth and increased scale. According to Cerulli, nearly half of advisers now operate in a team-based structure. The trend of teaming is even more pronounced among the largest advisory practices — 94.5 percent of practices with greater than $500 million in AUM operate in a team-based structure, compared to only 5.5 percent that are solo practitioners.

The advantages of teaming are multifaceted. Teams benefit from streaml

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