'Progressive' advisers encouraged to enter Schroders UK Platform Awards

Judges chaired by Keith Richards

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'Progressive' advisers are being encouraged to enter the 2021 Schroders UK Platform Awards.

The awards is set to return in its usual guise of a gala dinner after being held online in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The 2021 edition of the awards is set to take place on 21 September at the London Hilton on Park Lane, government guidelines permitting.  Journalist Kate Silverton will host the event for the 12th year. The awards support a charity each year and Parkinson's UK will be the recipients of the guests' generosity in 2021. The judges, led by outgoing Personal Finance Society chief executive Keith Richards, will focus on how adviser firms employ technology ...

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