Attract and Retain the Affluent Investor: Winning Tactics for Today's Financial Advisor

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Dearborn Trade, May 17, 2001 - Business & Economics - 202 pages
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In order to ensure future success, financial advisors must find a way to compete for one of the fastest-growing segments of the investing population - the affluent.

Stephen D. Gresham and Evan Cooper, authors of Attract and Retain the Affluent Investor, show readers that by adapting current methods and learning how to provide a richer level of service, financial advisors will be able to capitalize on this opportunity and create greater client satisfaction.

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Stephen D. Gresham is Executive Vice President and Director of Retail Markets for Phoenix Investment Partners, Ltd., the $42 billion asset-management division of The Phoenix Companies. Prior to joining Phoenix, he managed his own wealth-management consulting firm, The Gresham Company, LLC, which served a global clientele of more than fifty financial services companies. He is also author of the recently released Wiley title Advisor for Life, as well as The Managed Account Handbook and Attract and Retain the Affluent Investor. Gresham serves on the Board of Governors at the Money Management Institute and is a founding board member of the International Money Management Institute.

Arlen S. Oransky is Vice President of the Money Management Institute, the national organization representing the managed account solutions industry. He leads the organization's membership acquisition and retention efforts. Oransky has over twenty-five years' experience in the financial services industry working with leading advisors and has served as senior vice president for Weiss, Peck & Greer Investments and as vice president and product manager for TIAA-CREF.

Evan Cooper started practicing yoga as a teenager ten years ago. A graduate of UCLA, she now teaches yoga to teenage girls throughout Los Angeles.

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