Acquisition and Succession: 
Shift Your Focus from Retirement to Growth

1 SEI/FP Transitions Advisor Poll on Succession Planning, April 2014, N=771

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Whether you plan to retire gradually, or merge with or acquire another firm, SEI's new white paper, Acquisition and Succession: Shift Your Focus from Retirement to Growth, discusses why:

  • Succession planning is not an end-game strategy.
  • Assessing your business now can help you formulate your vision for the future.
  • Valuing your business sooner rather than later can provide an incentive for growth.

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 Your work may be more than just your livelihood – it's your life. The thought of eventual retirement or succession is simply an easy subject to avoid. 

In fact, a recent SEI survey shows only 17% of advisors have a formal, signed succession plan in place and just 45% have a business continuity plan1.

Succession planning is not an end-game strategy for your business. If anything, it is about building a bigger, stronger business that one day can work for you. With a good plan, the right people, and enough time, every business can survive its founder’s retirement and many can even prosper.

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