As aging clients transfer their wealth, advisors often yearn for a lasting relationship with their beneficiaries down the road.
However, getting introductions to clients’ family members can be a challenge!
In this podcast, Duncan speaks with Jackie Wilke, vice president, advisor consultant at First Trust. They unpack strategies to help you attract and retain clients for multiple generations by developing a Multi-Family Office (MFO) client experience.
Duncan and Jackie discuss:
- How to demonstrate your genuine care for clients without seeming too sales-y
- The “family phone call” exercise that positions you as a family advisor
- Tips to help you navigate complex family conversations with clients
- Content marketing ideas to create significant value for your target audience
- The importance of building a multi-generational client base
- And more
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About Our Guest:
Jackie Wilke is a speaker, author, consultant, and coach for select partners of First Trust, a firm known not only for its robust investment product line which includes UITs, ETFs, SMAs, and VAs (to name a few) but also for its commitment to the growth of financial advisors. Jackie’s focus is business development and innovation including expertise in helping financial professionals, teams, and the next generation of high-net-worth individuals/households and multi-generational families. She is also the author of Insights & Innovations, a business development blog for financial professionals and enterprises.