Integrity first, and everything else follows
Dan D’Alio and Rich Caputo started EmployShare in 1996, bringing together years of experience in the insurance and outsourcing industries. They realized there was no one efficiently and effectively helping advisors manage and protect their practices. Most financial advisory practices are closely held businesses, operating in a heavily regulated environment and subject to the same employment laws as any other small business. It’s a lot for an advisor to personally handle, especially as their business grows and they bring on staff and other resources. Rich and Dan provide a wrap-around all-encompassing service model unique in the industry. High integrity, high-touch service is their hallmark. And they’ve got a great team ready to help you manage and protect your practice.
Mr. D’Alio is also an accomplished musician, recording artist and producer. He has performed with numerous orchestras, bands and recording artists around the nation and currently owns and manages his own professional recording studio. He believes that the disciplines in music and business are closely related. “To reach a very high level of performance expertise, you must practice perfectly and consistently”, says Dan. “And you must constantly consider all options for improvement in your methods. This is the same work ethic that Richard and I apply to our business.” Dan is married with three daughters, three sons-in-law, and four grandchildren.
Mr. Caputo manages the financial components of the EmployShare organization, along with providing leadership and guidance to the Executive Team. Richard is also an avid football enthusiast with deep roots in the Big 10.
Brad and his team oversee the EmployShare GDC-based Compensation Program, an approved Ameriprise program, which enables associate financial advisors to receive GDC-based compensation or commission in compliance with FINRA/SEC rules and Ameriprise policies. Brad also works closely with EmployShare’s technology infrastructure and its supporting vendors.