Getting new blood into the financial services industry has long been a problem for a sector suspected of being dominated by men of a certain age. Here one young IFA tells Laura Miller why he decided to buck the trend and join the ranks at the tender age of 23.
Tristan Hartey (pictured) is a young man on a mission. He became a fully qualified adviser last October, at just 22 years old. So what made him choose financial advice as a career? Family affair Family...
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