Will this board game turn teenagers into IFAs?


A Bluefin financial planner and the Personal Finance Society are developing a board game to introduce teenagers to the adviser profession as a career choice.

The game, ‘Financial Survivor', is being developed by Magnified Learning for 16-18 year olds in schools and colleges. Gemma Davies, a certified financial planner at Bluefin, has been advising Magnified Learning on the project. "It's about taking a situation where you've got to take decisions, just like a financial planner would in dealing with all sorts of clients, and how you can best be equipped to deal with them," she said. Davies said the industry has an opportunity to make a career in financial planning more attractive. "If you look at all the other professions we grew up w...

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