Progeny expands academy to offer law and tax training

For prospective advisers

Sophie King
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"This is good for their own professional development and their future careers and, ultimately, will deliver a better service to their clients" - Progeny's Gemma Schofield.
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"This is good for their own professional development and their future careers and, ultimately, will deliver a better service to their clients" - Progeny's Gemma Schofield.

Independent financial planning firm Progeny has expanded its Adviser Academy to allow advisers to build their knowledge in law and tax, as well as financial advice.

The academy, which was designed to provide a structured path for junior team members to become financial advisers, will help trainees gain a broader education in professional services, through secondments...

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