Majority of advisers would continue a form of remote advice in 'new normal'

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Sarah Waring: "We need to recognise that a relationship created through video advice may be intrinsically different."
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Sarah Waring: "We need to recognise that a relationship created through video advice may be intrinsically different."

Almost 90% of advisers would continue to provide some form of remote advice as an option to clients as the country progresses out of lockdown, according to a survey of Quilter’s advice business.

Research conducted among 300 of Quilter's financial advisers found 88% were keen to keep offering advice through video technology. That said, almost half (48%) of those polled reported clients reacting...

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