Most people in our industry will agree that finding the right partners is crucial to success. At their best, these relationships allow access to expertise that your firm may lack, open a world of new connections and lead to far better outcomes than would have been possible going it alone.
The start of a new year and a new decade is a natural time for your firm to take a step back and think critically about its partnerships. These can be high-stakes decisions. Strong partnerships require investments of time and resources — and at most organizations, both are in short supply. This means it can be a real challenge to forge working relationships that benefit both parties, but with the right amount of legwork and due diligence, the payoff is immense.
The start of a new year and a new decade is a natural time for your firm to take a step back and think critically about its partnerships.
We are proud to have a number of partners who are involved with STA’s operations on a day-to-day basis. By collaborating with these organizations, we are able to extend our capabilities beyond what we can do in-house, focus more intently on what we do best and be a more effective advocate for the securities industry. Here are a few of STA’s valued partners:
Financial Information Forum (FIF) Fellow industry organization that shares information and objective analysis we need to serve the securities industry.
Forefront Communications Financial services-focused PR firm that amplifies STA’s message and provides on-site support at our DC conference.
Murphy & McGonigle, P.C. Recognized for its leadership in securities regulation this veteran law firm helps STA navigate the compliance side of the industry.
Williams & Jensen, PLLC Joel Oswald and Dave Franasiak of the respected DC-lobbying firm who are instrumental in STA’s outreach in Washington.
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