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fenderbroker's picture
Joined: 2005-01-19

Can anyone tell me what they know about Wachovie FiNet? Good, bad? Anything. Thanks. Fenderbroker

rob - sr adv's picture
Joined: 2005-01-26

I've been there for over a year now, and it is everything they tell you it is.  The only thing that caught me off guard is the amount of compliance stuff, but after a few months, you get the hang of it...
its a great decision for my practice...

awshucks's picture
Joined: 2005-02-04

I've heard that you need a pretty big book just to get in the door with any respectable treatment at Wach.  Is that true?  I have about $10 million under management, but only about half of that would wind up coming with me when I move from my current place.

Old School's picture
Joined: 2004-12-14

I doubt you'd get much repect anywhere with a $5M book.  I don't know your situation, but the standard line here is that you should build your business some more before making a move. 

noggin's picture
Joined: 2004-11-30

I wouldn't exactly call a 10M book a large one.... A nice start maybe.

The Truth's picture
Joined: 2004-12-01

If you are not hitting $250K gross, then don't even think of the term Finet or Indy for that matter.

frumhere's picture
Joined: 2005-02-22

Does anyone know the type of product offerings that Wachovia gives its brokers?  Is it similar (money managers, etc) to SSB and MSWD?

johnyd's picture
Joined: 2005-06-09

All the Wachovia chanels have just as many if not more money managers, managed programs no load funds.  Nice comp plan if you do a decent gross.


bullbearbroker's picture
Joined: 2005-05-10

get at least 30m in assets and 300k before you move.

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