#FA Success Ep 319: Competing For Massive Shoppers As A Small Boutique With A Focus On Job Administration With Jim Niedzinski


Jim Niedzinski Podcast Featured Image FASWelcome again to the 319th episode of the Monetary Advisor Success Podcast!

My visitor on at present’s podcast is Jim Niedzinski. Jim is a Co-Founding father of Motive Wealth Advisors, an unbiased RIA primarily based within the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, that oversees $250 million in property beneath administration for almost 50 households.

What’s distinctive about Jim, although, is how he and his companion have efficiently constructed a ‘small’ boutique agency that successfully competes with huge wirehouses to draw and retain ultra-high-net-worth households and have differentiated themselves by creating and implementing a consumer process administration system that goes past conventional CRM to essentially be certain that the recommendation they’re giving truly will get carried out by their purchasers.

On this episode, we speak in-depth about how Jim and his companion felt they may differentiate themselves from larger corporations by making an attempt to maximise what number of of their monetary planning suggestions truly get carried out by purchasers, and determined to construct their agency round Asana – a process and venture administration software – as a substitute of a conventional CRM system, to make sure that the recommendation they provide is about in movement, how Jim leverages relationships he constructed with accountants, attorneys, and different professionals by way of chilly calls early on in his profession to now have the ability to achieve a gradual stream of referrals of very HNW purchasers, and the way, by way of referrals solely, Jim and his companion have grown their agency from $0 in AUM to $250 million in lower than 3 years since breaking out on their very own.

We additionally speak about how Jim and his companion leverage back-end assist from Tru Independence in order that they will have extra time and capability to assist their purchasers with their advanced monetary points, how Jim has present in his transfer ‘upmarket’ to extra prosperous purchasers that there’s truly much less payment sensitivity that’s led him to extend his payment schedule after the primary few years, and why Jim and his companion are intentional about serving not more than 25 purchasers every as they wish to have sufficient capability to serve their purchasers properly and proceed to take action for the foreseeable future.

And make certain to take heed to the tip, the place Jim shares why, despite the fact that he didn’t initially got down to personal his personal agency when he began his profession, he’s completely satisfied that he pursued entrepreneurship as he felt validated with the quantity of assist he obtained when he launched (and the quantity of purchasers that adopted him), why Jim believes that youthful, newer advisors making selections about the place to work ought to deal with discovering a agency primarily based on the character and high quality of individuals they may work with (somewhat than a elaborate web site) and the place they may achieve a mentor that might permit them to soak up as a lot data as attainable, and the way Jim’s perspective on constructing a consumer base was impacted by Greg McKeown’s “Essentialism” that you may be extra current and efficient in consumer relationships by being extra centered… which has solely bolstered his deal with preserving a small and centered consumer base with whom he will be maximally efficient as a monetary advisor.

So, whether or not you’re eager about studying about how Jim makes use of Asana as a substitute of a CRM to trace and handle consumer duties, how leveraging back-office assist helps Jim and his companion achieve extra time to supply much more worth for his or her purchasers, or why Jim locations significance on really, deeply caring for purchasers and their wants, then we hope you get pleasure from this episode of the Monetary Advisor Success podcast, with Jim Niedzinski.

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