Almost half of financial advisers have turned away clients this year because they felt their services were too expensive for them, according to research commissioned by the Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA).
The survey, which questioned 250 financial advisers in October, found that 47% of respondents turned away an estimated 60,000 clients during their segmentation process, on the basis that they thought their...
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