Our industry leading offer.

Our offer is exclusive to our Wealth Management Partners who are interested in retiring or downsizing their client bank. Our focus is on your exit strategy and giving you certainty that True Potential Wealth Management is the right place for you and your clients.

Looking to retire or downsize your client bank?

We pay for assets under advice that move into our service proposition and can look after your clients for decades to come. Exclusive to Wealth Management Partners.

We offer flexible contracts, allowing you to exit the industry or continue to advise as many or as few clients as you choose.

A seamless and hassle-free transition.

We understand that moving your business is a big decision and making sure your clients are looked after is one of the most important parts of the decision.

With our dedicated transition team, we make moving safe, seamless and hassle-free. We analyse your client data for you and create a bespoke transition plan to suit you and your clients.

How you use our offer is also up to you, as we offer completely flexible contracts. Whether you’re looking to exit the industry or continue to advise as many or as few clients as you like, you can achieve the business and lifestyle that you’ve always wanted.

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Date last reviewed: January 17th, 2024