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Southwest Securities partners with consulting firm to offer advisers growth planning

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Southwest Securities (SWS) has launched an initiative focused on building value for the firm’s private client group advisers by partnering with Creative Management Group (CMG), a consulting firm that provides business planning, coaching and transition services.



CMG’s chief executive officer, Richard Hunter, and his team have worked with thousands of financial advisers and will be partnering with SWS’s advisers to develop customised growth plans for their individual practices.

CMG will assign a team of professionals to work closely with each adviser to establish defined goals with specific plans of action for achieving them. The programme is open to all private client group advisers with a monthly commitment.

"The objective viewpoint provided by Creative Management Group through weekly contact with advisers demonstrates their proven ability to increase assets efficiently," says Larry G. Tate, chief executive officer of SWS Financial Services and executive vice president – director of retail of Southwest Securities. "We encourage all of our current advisers and those who are considering joining our firm to participate in this unique opportunity."

Creative Management Group’s business planning includes long term strategic marketing, value added client services, and team building. With Project Double, CMG consultants assist financial advisers in doubling their assets and production in 18 to 36 months.

"As the leading consulting firm on Wall Street, we can provide the structure needed to further develop growth in the practices of SWS’s private client group financial advisers," Hunter says. "CMG looks forward to an enduring and beneficial relationship with Southwest Securities."

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