Advisers should not ignore younger generations - Schroders

PA Working Lunch webinar

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Gillian Hepburn, director of intermediary solutions at Schroders
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Gillian Hepburn, director of intermediary solutions at Schroders

One trillion pounds worth of assets will flow to future generations, and two-thirds (65%) of those inheriting wealth are unlikely to use the same financial advisers as those passing on their wealth - the intergenerational wealth transfer was focus of Professional Adviser's latest Working Lunch webinar, in association with Schroders.

Gillian Hepburn(pictured), head of UK intermediary solutions at the asset manager, said advisers are dealing with a younger generation attracted by the thrill of investing and are engaged with investment...

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