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Planning Your Succession

Jerry Fuller, CFP®, MBA

Financial Advisor

Ameriprise Franchise Group

Planning Your Succession

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Taking care of yourself and your clients

Whether you are sunsetting or selling your practice, we'll help you do it in a way that makes sense for you and your business. Our succession strategy specialists will help you find the right successor who shares your values and vision for your practice — someone who will take care of your clients the way you do.

Sunsetting your practice — Ameriprise Advisor Group

We believe that advisors who have served their clients well deserve to be rewarded.

Benefits of our Sunset Program

  • Opportunity to earn up to 250% of your production
  • Compensation can be paid to a deceased advisor’s estate or beneficiary

The program also offers qualifying advisors* a three-year plan to make a smooth transition to the firm in anticipation of a planned exit from the business. First, join Ameriprise Financial as an experienced advisor — then, after three years, you can work with your field leader to transition your practice to a ready advisor.

*Advisors must be affiliated with Ameriprise for 3 or more years to qualify.

Selling your practice — Ameriprise Franchise Group

Whenever you’re ready, our succession program can help you unlock the equity you’ve built in your practice and transfer your accounts to a successor who will take care of your clients. You can exit the business in two ways: either over time to maintain income, or by selling directly through our internal market of ready buyers.

Succession plans

The right succession strategy for you depends on your personal objectives:

  • Practice valuation — The practice acquisition team will help you understand what your practice is worth, based on our industry knowledge and experience.
  • Choosing a successor — As we learn more about your practice, we’ll help you identify advisors who share your values and provide the same outstanding services you offer.
  • Timing — You’ll have the flexibility to choose whether you transition over time, team with an advisor or scale back and work only with select clients.

 “Many advisors I talk to are surprised by just how easy succession planning is when they work with the right firm. At Ameriprise, we offer advisors a unique combination of strategic resources and a ready market for transition.”

Pat O’Connell, CFP®
Executive Vice President, Ameriprise Advisor Group & Ameriprise Financial Institutions Group

If you think it’s time to start building your succession plan, see what Ameriprise has to offer — contact our practice acquisition team at 888.267.8370.

1Specific tenure and compliance requirements must be met for advisors to participate.
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