Insynergi, a recruitment and training company, has launched Academy to train professional advisers and financial services staff.
Insynergi says the Academy will work with firms to select and recruit individuals most suited for financial services. The Academy will find new advisers, take them through induction and train them to achieve the necessary qualifications. The training process can take up to 12 months.
Mike While, director of Insynergi, says: “We have reached a situation where the employment pool for trained and qualified staff cannot keep pace with demand. This has led to the churning of employees amongst companies creating the inevitable upwards pressure on recruitment and salary costs.
“Insynergi’s Academy will work with advisory firms to target those individuals most suitable to financial services and provide a programme to ensure they fulfil their potential and develop the necessary skills.”
Earlier this month JPMorgan launched its Institute of Financial Planning-recognised Academy to improve IFAs’ customer communication skills.
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