I am currently redesigning a secondary website (microsite) for a company's financial advisors. The primary reason for accessing this microsite is so they can sign on to their private dashboard area. Within this area, they can view client accounts, balances and transactions. The clients of these advisors access another site, call that the master site. The clients access their online financial center through the master site and that experience has already been built.
The dilemma is whether to distinguish the advisor sign on, located in the (i.e. changing it's location, it's look, etc) or to keep the sign on experience the same as the master site.
There are chances that the clients of these advisors might accidentally stumble onto the microsite (since there is a link from the master site to this site for prospective financial advisors).
Any existing examples would be helpful! :)