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Alan Moore to Step Down as CEO of AdvicePay

Alan Moore, CEO of AdvicePay and XY Planning Community, introduced on LinkedIn he can be vacating his place at AdvicePay, the advisor-focused billing and fee workflow platform he co-founded with Michael Kitces in 2016. As soon as the corporate finds a brand new chief government, Moore stated he’d be shifting into the position of government chairman of the board.  

The corporate posted the CEO job opening, situated in Bozeman, Mont., the place AdvicePay relies, this week. The brand new CEO can be tasked with setting the strategic plan for the subsequent stage of progress “by working with the serial-entrepreneurial founders,” the posting states.

“It has been an incredible 7 12 months journey, and I am trying ahead to the place the subsequent chief of AdvicePay can take the corporate,” Moore wrote on LinkedIn. Kitces’ position with the corporate just isn’t altering.

“We’re on the lookout for a steadfast CEO who’s keen about serving to our crew and prospects stay their nice lives, dedicated to doing the fitting factor, and energized to assist us scale from $5M of ARR and 25 crew members to 10X each within the subsequent 10 years,” the posting states.

Moore didn’t instantly reply to a request looking for remark.

The agency initially launched in 2016 to supply a systemized method to deal with funds for month-to-month retainer charges for members of the XY Planning Community. Since then, an enterprise model of the service has expanded to bigger purchasers, like Cetera Monetary Group, Cambridge Funding Analysis, Kestra Monetary Companions and LPL Monetary, in addition to being built-in with Envestnet | MoneyGuide. 

In April 2021, AdvicePay added a new function referred to as Deliverables, an oversight device that’s a part of its core providing, serving to enterprises to systematically observe, report and handle the monetary planning documentation produced by their advisors. That function’s launch got here simply days after the agency celebrated $100 million in monetary planning charges having handed via the platform.

Later that 12 months, the startup added an “Engagements” function to its enterprise platform, designed to make it simpler to standardize customized workflows at enterprises, as they observe deliverables and provide assist for advisors who’ve fee-for-service choices, comparable to monetary planning.

Final Might, the corporate employed Invoice Winterberg, advisor know-how guide and founding father of FPPad, as its first vice chairman of economic planning progress.

AdvicePay has raised a complete $3.8 million in funding over 4 rounds, in line with Crunchbase.com.

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