Advisers and clients embrace remote working amid social distancing measures

144 advisers quizzed

Hannah Godfrey
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13% of respondents expressed concern about dealing with new clients, which normally they would meet face-to-face.
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13% of respondents expressed concern about dealing with new clients, which normally they would meet face-to-face.

The majority of advisers have said they can work from home, and that their clients will adapt to remote working, though some have expressed concern not all staff are adequately kitted out for home working.

According to research by Adviser Home, which surveyed 144 advisers on their views on investments and attitudes to remote working during the Covid-19 pandemic, the overwhelming majority (88%) said t...

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