Progeny Adviser Academy celebrates first graduates

Three-year programme

Jenna Brown
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Progeny's Adviser Academy, which launched in April 2019, has celebrated its first two adviser graduates.

Joshua Castle (pictured, left) and Robert Appleby, who both entered the academy from Progeny's paraplanning team, completed the three-year programme and now have the skills and knowledge to focus on looking after their own client banks. Progeny said it launched its Adviser Academy to develop its own internal talent into the "advisers of the future".   It said the programme helps academy associates to develop a deeper understanding of what holistic financial planning really means, while providing exposure to a wide range of additional skills and experiences essential in client-facing r...

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