Advisers predict big retirement Covid hit in face of client optimisim - Embark

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Phil Bungey: "Perhaps the gap in confidence between advisers and clients will always exist. The challenge for advisers will be to try to keep it as narrow as possible."
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Phil Bungey: "Perhaps the gap in confidence between advisers and clients will always exist. The challenge for advisers will be to try to keep it as narrow as possible."

Post-Covid retirement provision predictions made by advisers greatly differ from those of their more confident clients, according to the latest results of the Embark Investor Confidence Barometer.

Embark said the results of its half-yearly survey of 1,000 people, revealed a "worrying divergence" of opinion on retirement prospects. It said only 28% of advisers surveyed thought more than half...

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