Five Business Models for the Modern RIA

If you're interested in the freedom and control that comes with becoming an RIA, discover these 5 unique paths you can take to independence.

For years, financial advisors have sought the control that the Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) model offers. Going independent unlocks more flexibility over how advisors can serve their clients and grow their businesses. But the RIA channel has become more than a place to break free from traditional advice models. It’s the destination of choice for a mass movement of advisors in search of a better way of doing business—one where advisors and their clients can thrive.

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Disclosures: *The Cerulli Report: U.S. Intermediary Distribution 2018, Exhibit 2.07.

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