Tampa, Florida’s Independent Financial Partners (IFP) invites Arizona financial advisors to join Phoenix’s Mayor, Council members and Chamber of Commerce at its open house for its new Phoenix office and expansion, Wednesday, Feb. 10, from 2–5 p.m.
"We are a growing financial services firm with a national presence, but we want to maintain the personal relationships we have with each of our advisors as we grow," CEO William Hamm said. "We believe the best way to do that is by expanding our physical presence into the regions in which our advisors work. We're not only thrilled to be expanding the IFP advisor network in Phoenix, but also to be creating new jobs that will serve the local community through professional financial advice."
IFP is hosting the open house for area financial advisors complete with tours of the new space to learn more about the company and its aspirations for the Phoenix area. Like Tampa, Phoenix is a major retirement destination for Americans, and this move is the first in a series of several strategic expansions, IFP said. The hybrid Registered Investment Adviser (RIA) firm plans to arm the new branch with staff and financial advisors for hands-on client assistance in an area that shows promise for prospective IFP advisors.
"We believe this is the future model of advisor support firms," EVP Chris Hamm said. "Our regional offices will be physical extensions of the IFP brand experience, supporting our advisors with a vast array of resources, while allowing them to maintain their independence. Advisors who choose to join IFP in any of our physical home office locations will have an optimal setting for their practices and their clients. We're offering all of the benefits of a wirehouse, with none of the hindrances."
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