Profession's collaboration 'powerful' in attracting young talent

‘Future of Advice’ student placement project

Victoria McKeever
Pictured (left to right): FPWM's Alexandra Penson, Ian Bentley and Shannon Knight

Pictured (left to right): FPWM's Alexandra Penson, Ian Bentley and Shannon Knight

Collaboration between different elements of the financial advice sector can be a powerful approach when seeking to attract young talent into the profession, according to Alistair Ellen.

The FP Wealth Management (FPWM) director offered the view in relation to the firm's involvement in the ‘Future of Advice' undergraduate financial services student placement scheme. Alongside Bournemouth...

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