Territory licensees earn passive income from the sales of qualified products and services made in your territory, through our athlete and advisor platforms. Please see whitepaper for more detailed opportunity description.
Registered Investment Advisors and Broker Dealers are perfect territory licensees because they can help manage wealth through our athlete family offices without the typical hassles and maintenance high value clients require.
Why a Hybrid RIA? We create family offices for athletes that include private equity funds that can be traded on a compliant alternative trading platform. An exit strategy for early investors is through a Reg A IPO, allowing not only accredited investors but also fans will be able to invest into the athletes ventures.
A Hybrid Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) is a financial professional who combines the best of both worlds: the fee-based compensation model of a Registered Investment Advisor and the ability to offer a broader range of investment products that traditional RIAs typically cannot.
Unlike a traditional RIA, who is limited to offering only securities and investment products, a Hybrid RIA can offer both securities and insurance products. This allows a Hybrid RIA to create a comprehensive financial plan that takes into account all aspects of a client’s financial situation, including insurance needs, tax planning, and estate planning.
A Hybrid RIA can operate under two different regulatory frameworks: as a Registered Investment Advisor with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or as a registered representative of a broker-dealer with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). This gives Hybrid RIAs the flexibility to choose the regulatory framework that best suits their business model and allows them to offer a wide range of investment products and services to their clients.
The compensation model of a Hybrid RIA is typically fee-based, which means they charge a percentage of assets under management or an hourly fee for their services. This compensation model aligns the interests of the advisor and the client, as the advisor’s compensation is tied to the performance of the client’s portfolio.
Overall, a Hybrid RIA provides clients with a comprehensive financial planning approach that incorporates both securities and insurance products and allows for more flexibility in the types of services and investment products they can offer.
Registered Investment Advisor
A Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) offers a wide range of investment-related services to their clients, including:
- Investment Management: An RIA provides personalized investment management services to clients by developing a customized investment plan that is tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of the client.
- Financial Planning: An RIA provides comprehensive financial planning services, which includes analyzing a client’s overall financial situation, including income, expenses, assets, and liabilities. This helps the client to create a roadmap for achieving their financial goals.
- Retirement Planning: An RIA can help clients plan for retirement by developing a retirement savings plan, analyzing social security benefits, and projecting retirement income and expenses.
- Estate Planning: An RIA can help clients develop an estate plan by analyzing their assets, liabilities, and goals. This includes helping clients to create wills, trusts, and other legal documents to ensure their assets are distributed according to their wishes.
- Tax Planning: An RIA can help clients minimize their tax liability by developing tax-efficient investment strategies and analyzing the tax implications of various financial decisions.
- Risk Management: An RIA can help clients manage risk by analyzing their overall financial situation and recommending insurance products to protect against unforeseen events.
Overall, an RIA offers a comprehensive approach to managing their clients’ financial lives by providing investment management, financial planning, retirement planning, estate planning, tax planning, and risk management services.
Broker Dealer Services
A broker-dealer is a financial firm that buys and sells securities, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other investment products, on behalf of its clients. In addition to buying and selling securities, broker-dealers offer a range of services to their clients, including:
- Investment Advisory Services: Broker-dealers can provide investment advisory services to clients, which includes analyzing their financial situation, risk tolerance, and investment goals, and making investment recommendations based on that analysis.
- Trading and Execution: Broker-dealers facilitate the buying and selling of securities on behalf of their clients by executing trades and handling settlement and clearance activities.
- Underwriting and Issuing Securities: Broker-dealers can also underwrite and issue securities on behalf of companies, governments, and other entities that need to raise capital.
- Research: Broker-dealers can provide clients with research on companies and industries, including stock ratings, earnings estimates, and market analysis.
- Investment Banking: Broker-dealers can provide investment banking services, such as mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings (IPOs), and debt and equity financing.
- Custody and Clearing Services: Broker-dealers can also provide custody and clearing services, which involves holding and safeguarding clients’ securities and handling settlement and clearance activities.
Overall, broker-dealers provide a range of investment-related services, including investment advisory services, trading and execution, underwriting and issuing securities, research, investment banking, and custody and clearing services.