Tenet chief Scanlon: 'Don't lose the ground that's been gained'

Communication is key

Sophie King
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After winning the Best Advice Network of the Year at the PA Awards 2021, Tenet chief executive Mark Scanlon talks to Professional Adviser’s Sophie King about how the business embraced technology during the pandemic...

The coronavirus pandemic forced everyone to change the way they work. Many office kitchen tables were transformed into semi-permanent desks (unless you were lucky enough to have a home office) and face-to-face meetings were transported from restaurants and cafés to a variety of videocall platforms. Financially, coronavirus took its toll on many firms, including Tenet. Luckily, chief executive Mark Scanlon (pictured) says no staff were furloughed, and it did not affect its members. That is why the firm was fortunate enough to make improvements, rather than cuts. "Come to the day when we d...

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