The business case for diversity is clear - yet advisers are slow off the mark

Diversity in advice sector 'poor'

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Gender and racial diversity is beneficial for business
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Gender and racial diversity is beneficial for business

Advisers should be implementing stringent, diversity-driven recruitment processes at their firms if they hope to realise the impact on their bottom line.

The business case for diversity and inclusion (D&I) is clear: diversity of thought brings nuanced experience and knowledge to any business. It can result in greater access to untapped markets and client...

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