Technology can make advice simpler, easier and more efficient - Tenet CEO

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Mark Scanlon, Tenet CEO.
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Mark Scanlon, Tenet CEO.

Technology in financial advice has the ability to make things "simpler, quicker, easier and more accurate", Mark Scanlon has told Professional Adviser.

The Tenet CEO also said technology enables face-to-face advice but, over time, will see it "migrate down the age range" to younger clients and, at some stage, can be fully digital for simpler advic...

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