The Six-Step Plan for Transitioning Clients

Number 6Make the client part of the process.

By August J. Aquila
What Makes a Great Partnership

There are six steps that a firm should follow when transitioning clients from one relationship owner to another.

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It is recommended that you transition the clients over a two- to three-year period in order to make sure that you have time to make adjustments in the transition plan.