Adviser business sentiment resilient despite 2020 challenges - the lang cat

Despite Covid-19

Sophie King
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The platform consultancy then tracked business sentiment over three crucial phases in 2020: the start of the year, before we knew anything about the pandemic, the start of lockdown and September/October, when the research was conducted.
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The platform consultancy then tracked business sentiment over three crucial phases in 2020: the start of the year, before we knew anything about the pandemic, the start of lockdown and September/October, when the research was conducted.

Financial adviser business sentiment remains high as the sector shows resilience despite a turbulent year, research by the lang cat has suggested.

The firm's third annual State of the Adviser Nation report, published on Wednesday (16 December), surveyed 565 advisers throughout September and October. It found that despite the challenges and pitfalls...

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