CHARLOTTE, N.C. – September 30, 2019 – Independent Advisor Alliance (IAA) today announced the appointment of Kyle Campbell to head the firm’s new mergers and acquisitions program.
Working in tandem with IAA’s business development and strategic solutions teams, Campbell will provide personalized guidance on mergers, acquisitions, succession planning, and firm evaluation – helping to ensure IAA’s more than 200 advisors have a strong foundation for today and a long-term strategy for their future.
“We’re so excited for Kyle to join our team and take on this new role,” said Robert Russo, CEO and Founder of IAA. “As a full-service firm, our mission is to help advisors strategically, operationally and financially. With his experience and knowledge, Kyle will help advisors drive and maximize their business growth every step of the way.”
In addition to creating and managing a mergers and acquisitions program, Campbell is charged with assisting in the development of an equity buy-in and revenue participation program, as well as an acquisition assessment program.
“Whether an advisor is looking to buy a book of business, achieve a certain scale or needs to plan their exit strategy, we’re here to walk them through it,” said Kyle Campbell. “And by taking care of themselves advisors are taking care of their clients. I’m excited to help advisors use mergers and acquisitions and succession planning as tools to grow and plan for their future.”
Most recently, Campbell served as a Loan Officer at Live Oak Bank, where he specialized in working with financial advisors and their lending needs.
Campbell joins two recent additions to the IAA team, Investment Operations Analyst Deborah Re and Front Office Coordinator Nanette Collins. Collins replaces Nicole Gilewicz who has been promoted to Compliance Associate.
Based in Charlotte, N.C., Independent Advisor Alliance (IAA) is strategically focused on building a community of successful independent advisors serving the financial and retirement needs of individuals and businesses. IAA provides its affiliated advisors with customized support services designed to optimize efficiencies, reduce expenses, attract and retain clients, and boost revenue. Founded in 2013, today IAA serves 204 independent financial advisors in 22 states, servicing a total of $8.6 billion of client assets of which $5.4 billion are assets under management as of September 2019. For more information, visit www.whyiaa.com.
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