For banks and credit unions, determining the right type of compensation for financial advisors can feel like a balancing act. What are the elements that attract and motivate the top advisors?

We have some of the top-level trends here, based on a study by Kehrer Bielan Research & Consulting and sponsored by Raymond James. To see the slideshow version, click here. To see a complimentary copy of the research report, click here. And here are our other articles in this compensations package:

Why Some Banks Are Pushing Away Their Top Advisors

Now is the Time to Transition to a Fee-Based-Business

Advisor Compensation: The Haves, the Have-Nots and the Exemptions



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