Founded in 2000, Willis Consulting is a boutique financial service recruiting firm headquarters in Los Angeles with offices in Scottsdale, AZ. Having a national footprint, and the firm’s clients include major brokerage firms, banks, regional broker dealers, independents, asset managers’ and RIAs. The Willis team recruits financial advisors and senior managers. Additionally, they support M&A activity in the space.
CEO Bill Willis and Managing Director Patrick Kelly lead a team of fourteen experienced senior recruiters. Both gentlemen previously have had significant roles and experience in the financial service industry. This experience combined with their collective thirty-eight years of service at the firm, uniquely position this leadership team.
Willis Consulting understands that each client situation is unique and requires a tailored approach. We are dedicated to investing time, energy and hard work to create trust and credibility with our client firms. Count on us to be knowledgeable, professional and confidential.
We’ve been in the Financial Advisor Recruiting Business for almost 20 years but between us we have many decades of experience in the Financial Services Industry. We work exclusively with Financial Advisors and are currently one of the fastest growing executive recruiting firms in the industry. This is mainly due to our integrity and vast knowledge of emerging trends and financial industry shifts.
Our mission is to create trust and credibility. We partner with larger institutions and smaller regional firms throughout the U.S. and take the time to understand their unique needs, thus assuring a successful outcome.
Let’s face it, the financial services industry, specifically the financial advisory space, is rapidly changing. Willis Consulting helps FA’s, Financial Consultants and Wealth Advisors navigate these changes with Up-to Date Industry Knowledge and a wealth of Industry Contacts.
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