Schroders targets millennials with financial education site

MoneyLens to be edited by former Mail on Sunday journalist Vicki Owen

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MoneyLens aims to provide information to millennials without jargon
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MoneyLens aims to provide information to millennials without jargon

Schroders has launched a website in efforts to "educate millennials", following a survey of the age group that found 94% of young professionals in the demographic wanted to improve their investment knowledge.

MoneyLens, which targets those born in the 1980s and 1990s, will be edited by former Mail on Sunday journalist Vicki Owen and will feature articles written by millennial employees at the fund manager....

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