Independent but not alone.

We are proud to offer a unique approach for investment advisors where we combine the support of a wire house with the freedom and rewards of independence. It’s our belief that advisors go independent to provide objective advice to clients while simultaneously taking control of their own financial future.

Truly Unique

Sophisticated & Customizable

As a true fiduciary, we love when our advisors go above and beyond for their clients. Being an independent with us means running your business in the way that is right for you and your clients. Independence means options. We are here to provide guidance but we allow you to choose.

Entrepreneurial Experts on Call

We are great at building businesses and we are here to help you build yours. Whether we are helping one of our advisors publish a book, get a featured interview in the financial media or simply build their referral network - we differentiate ourselves by going above and beyond to help you build your practice.

Independent but not alone.
Truly Unique
Sophisticated & Customizable

Wholesale Team

Aaron Klemow

Managing Director, Business Development

Aaron Klemow is the Managing Director of Business Development for Kingsview Asset Management. He is an advisory transition specialist, marketing consultant, and business development expert for the financial services industry. Aaron runs the firm’s recruiting team and is responsible for setting up new branch offices nationwide.

Beginning his career at Kingsview Prime during the height of the financial crisis, Aaron applied his expertise in marketing, digital media and technology to help build and evolve the firm’s global clearing and financial planning businesses. Seeing that the industry was in the middle of a dramatic shift, Aaron spearheaded the development of Kingsview’s Family Office platform in a push to help the firm’s advisors reach higher net worth clientele, improve the overall client experience and offer access to higher end financial advice. His efforts have helped Kingsview’s advisors see measurable results both for clients and their own businesses. His diverse experience covers virtually every aspect of the firm and setting up branch offices has given him a tremendous depth of experience overcoming all the challenges advisors face during transition.

Growing up outside of Manhattan in a New Jersey suburb, Aaron always had a fascination with finance and entrepreneurship. Aaron graduated from American University in Washington DC where he obtained a degree in Business Communications and Economics. While he was in school, Aaron worked in the technology and digital media department at American’s School of Communications, and worked as a digital media consultant. He also studied and interned in London.

Harlan Silverstein

SVP Business Development

Originally from Fairfield, CT, Harlan has always possessed a passion for creativity and entrepreneurship. Harlan graduated from The School of Visual Arts with a BFA in toy design and minors in 3D graphic design and advertising. As a student, Harlan’s work was featured in an exhibit at the Whitney Museum, The Art Director’s club and in a number of Soho galleries. After graduation, Harlan was involved in a number of interactive art exhibits including The Turn of a Century, Bedtime Rituals and the Yugo Next worldwide tour. He then worked as a scenic artist on various motion picture films and television productions.

Over the next four years Harlan continued his career on the road, serving as a production properties supervisor for several traveling productions. During this time, Harlan started his first production company, Prism Production Services. At Prism Harlan received his first credit as a Special Effects Designer for Dance of the Vampires on Broadway. Harlan then made the decision to restructure management at his production company, diversify his business interests and begin his career in financial services. Now called PropNSpoon, and still owned by Harlan, the production company continues to produce and provide props, special effects, furniture and decor for feature movies, broadway shows, television, special events and much of the rest of the entertainment industry. Some of the more notable productions include: Saturday Night Live, Blue Bloods, A Beautiful Mind, The Manchurian Candidate, Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Hairspray, The Producers, and Jersey Boys.

Today, Harlan applies his extreme levels of creativity and over a decade of conversion experience to serve our advisors as a transition specialist and financial services marketing expert. You can often find him working one on one with our advisors to help them better serve their clients and grow their advisory practices.

When he isn’t helping Kingsview Advisors grow their businesses or working on a Broadway show, Harlan enjoys cooking with his daughter Izzi.

G. Dallas Dvorsky

VP Business Development

Originally from the pacific northwest, Dallas began his career in financial services in 2003 as a fixed income specialist at the GMS Group, where he ran the sales desk in the firm’s Miami office. During his time with the firm, Dallas assisted high net worth clients with portfolio diversification and advanced tax and wealth strategies.

In 2008, Dallas began working at Kingview’s Wall Street office where he used the firm’s inherent independence to help clients diversify away from traditional investments during the height of the financial crisis.

Dallas then joined HJ Sims in Iselin, NJ so he could be closer to his family. He worked with the firm’s underwriting and investment banking teams to help liaise with high net worth and corporate clients.

Today, Dallas is proud to be back at Kingsview where he was recruited to serve our advisors as a transition specialist and financial services marketing expert. You can often find him working one on one with our advisors to help them better serve their clients and grow their advisory practices.

When he isn’t working hard to help our advisors with their businesses, Dallas enjoys spending time with his wife Camille, daughter Sofie, son Dallas Jr., and his dogs (George and Tallulah). On the weekends Dallas can be found in his kitchen making food with fresh ingredients from his garden, or camping in the NJ woods with his children.

Richard Little

VP, Financial Advisor

Growing up outside of Chicago, Richard Little’s career in finance began around his 11th birthday when he asked his dad to buy his first stock. After his first year of college at University of Illinois at Chicago, Richard received a scholarship to Auburn University where he received his degree in Business Administration and Finance. Ultimately Richard’s early passion for investing paid off after his scholarship ran out during the recession and he used his stock market earnings to pay for the rising cost of tuition.

After obtaining his securities licenses, Richard began his career at the Edward Jones headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri where he managed multiple branch offices across the country. Richard ultimately began his own advisory practice outside of Chicago, where he often holds finance workshops designed to help educate investors on some of the challenges faced when navigating the financial world.

In his free time, Richard is a Chicago foodie, avid traveler, and a die-hard Bulls fan. When not traveling or helping his clients with advanced tax and wealth strategies, he is just as likely to be found watching ESPN as he is the Food Network.

Jonathan McEvoy

Business Development

Originally from Greenwich, CT, Jonathan’s entrepreneurial spirit and competitive nature lead him to a career in business development and financial services. Jonathan obtained his degree in legal studies from Western Connecticut State University, where he was the captain of the collegiate rugby team and an advisor to the Dean of Judicial Affairs.

After graduation, Jonathan began his career here at Kingsview where he specializes in nationwide logistics for the firm’s recruiting and business development team. When he isn’t assisting the wholesale team he helps the firm’s advisors with business development projects. Jonathan has enjoyed the opportunity to work in the firm’s Connecticut office alongside the Senior Managing Partner.

In his free time, Jonathan enjoys playing rugby for the Danbury Rugby Football Club. You can often find him at the gym and spending time with  friends and his 110 pound Rottweiler named Big.


Making the Move

Our transition team is proud to have over 25 years of transition experience moving not just single advisors but entire firms. We have moved thousands of accounts at once and we know that every account is important in every transition. Our Transition Team Handles...
  • - Getting your office set up
  • - Preparing your personal web page and business cards
  • - Preparing and mailing client applications
  • - Processing and tracking ACATs
  • - Opening New Accounts
  • - Troubleshooting issues as they arise

My transition to Kingsview could not have been any smoother. Within 45 days I had over 80% of my book transferred and onboard. I have moved before in my career and the Kingsview transition team worked hard to make sure the transition was handled properly and efficiently without client worries.


Compensation Model

We know you have heard that independent advisors earn more than their wire house counterparts and Kingsview advisors are no exception. On average a Kingsview advisor can expect to take home 50% more than a comparable producer at a major firm. Our belief that experienced advisors should be compensated for their efforts is a strong part of our culture. In addition to a higher payout than our competition, Kingsview provides our advisors with the following:  
  • - Marketing and Sales Support
  • - Office Space and Technology
  • - Practice Ownership
  • - Back Office and Administrative Support
  • - Client Relationship Management Software
  • - Portfolio Management Platform
  • - Web & Mobile Platforms for Investor Performance Reporting
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