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Eliminate tyre kickers, and value your expertise
by Tony Vidler Being properly valued for your expertise and eliminating the time-wasting tyre-kickers is an ongoing problem for most financial advisers. That is even more true for those making the transition from purely commission-based remuneration to generating fee-paying work where they are charging for that time or expertise. Managing the remuneration transition whilst also […]
by Tony Vidler Traditionally the financial services sector has been almost entirely remunerated via commission, and many advisers are now grappling with the basic question of “how” to make the transition – even if only in their minds – from working solely on commissions to charging clients directly for advice and/or service. Consumers perceived […]
Your FREE service is a barrier to getting the right business
by Tony Vidler Most professionals at some point offer complimentary initial meetings or consultations with clients as a “free service”. It simply isn’t true, and that in itself prevents the right sort of clients coming your way. The fundamental reason why this just doesn’t cut it with consumers is because they don’t believe it. […]
by Tony Vidler More and more advisers are doing joint work with clients and many still haven’t figured out a way to fairly apportion the responsibilities or revenue for long term success. Everyone begins with great intent and all focus is on doing the best they can for a client. Often the bulk […]
The Big Ticks: Best Stories For Professional Advisers This Week
by Tony Vidler Information, ideas, tips…the articles for professional advisers which I spotted this week that generate fresh thinking or a deeper understanding of issues are provided here as a quick readers digest for professionals who are looking ahead. These are the highlights from the week that you should stop and read, as they are […]
Advisors told us clients are anxious about the fallout from Brexit and the coronavirus. Of course, it's also a political year, which can bring its own unique strain of uncertainty and weigh on clients' retirement confidence