There are two important steps the advice profession can take to help attract new talent into the sector, according to the head of Quilter's Financial Adviser School Darren Smith.
Smith, who first became a financial adviser in 1992, believes the first thing the profession should do is make people realise there are great career opportunities in the world of financial advice. "What...
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