Transition

A highly experienced team will guide you at every step to ensure a smooth client transition.

Once you make the decision to join Janney, we assign you an experienced transition team to start the process of seamlessly moving your business to Janney. Janney's support staff works to manage the necessary steps and paperwork to ensure a smooth transition and support you through the pre- and post-onboarding process. We also support you with transition communication materials, and provide a timeline detailing the steps to help make your move to Janney as smooth as possible for both you and your clients. You can be assured that we will do our job, so that you can continue to focus on yours.

A Single Point of Contact

Your transition team will be managed by a single point of contact who is experienced in all aspects of the transition process including, new accounts, operations, and branch infrastructure.

Client Transition Communications

A critical part of the transitions process is notifying your current clients of your move to Janney. All of your transfer paperwork, personalized materials, and loose ends will be established immediately upon your arrival.

You'll work with an expert transition team

From streamlined transfer account paperwork to branch office logistics to marketing materials, the members of your Janney team are experienced transition specialists.

Carolann Ward

Account Services Manager

Linda Murphy

Manager of Financial Advisor Onboarding

Chris Johnson

Manager, Advisor Marketing & Communications

Caitlin Ulmer-Long

Manager of Business Productivity

Jill Clarke

Associate General Counsel

"The Janney culture allows us the ability to get support from both the home office and a local management level in order to run our business the way we choose."

Blake Jones, Senior Vice President, formerly with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

Janney is committed to providing our successful Financial Advisors with an excellent total compensation package consistent with maintaining our long history of corporate and financial stability. These two key tenets are critical factors that pertain to any adjustments made to our FA compensation arrangements. Together with input from both the FA and Branch Manager Councils and members of Senior Management, your PCG Management team has worked to create a set of compensation, awards, and recognition elements that we believe will handsomely reward our successful FAs.

2017 Retail Commission Payout (Grid Rate), Deferred Compensation
and Travel and Expense Allowance Grid (Grid)

T-12 Average Monthly Gross Production

Annualized Gross Production

Production Payout (Grid Rate)

Deferred Compensation

Travel & Expense Allowance (T&E)

Over $116,666

$1,400,000

46%

8%

1%

$100,000 - 116,665

$1,200,000 - 1,399,999

46%

7%

.9%

$95,750 - 99,999

$1,150,000 - 1,199,000

46%

6%

.75%

$77,083 - 95,749

$925,000 - 1,149,999

45%

6%

.75%

$64,583 - 77,082

$775,000 - 924,999

44.5%

6%

.75%

$56,250 - 64,582

$675,000 - 774,999

44.5%

4%

.30%

$50,000 - 56,249

$600,000 - 674,999

44.5%

-

-

$37,500 - 49,999

$450,000 - 599,999

44%

-

-

$33,334 - 37,499

$400,000 - 449,999

40%

-

-

$29,167 - 33,333

$350,000 - 399,999

32%

-

-

$27,084 - 29,167

$325,000 - 349,999

25%

-

-

Under $27,084

Under $325,000

20%

-

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