'Secret lives' of financial planners showcased in photography exhibition

Black and white portraits

Tom Ellis
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 A photographic exhibition of financial planners is being put on at the Financial Planning Marketing Summit to highlight the “surprising and inspiring” ways financial planners spend their free time
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A photographic exhibition of financial planners is being put on at the Financial Planning Marketing Summit to highlight the “surprising and inspiring” ways financial planners spend their free time

A photographic exhibition of financial planners is being put on at the Financial Planning Marketing Summit to highlight the "surprising and inspiring" ways financial planners spend their free time.

The presentation will feature "stark" black and white portraits of 20 financial planners, which will be accompanied by personal accounts of the subjects, written by the muses themselves. The exh...

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