Male paraplanners twice as likely to want to be an adviser than females - Quilter

‘Time to break the vicious cycle’

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Male paraplanners twice as likely to want to be an adviser than females - Quilter

Three-quarters (77%) of female paraplanners do not want to become financial advisers compared to 38% of male paraplanners, according to research from Quilter Financial Planning.

The research showed that 6% of female paraplanners said they would like to go on to become a financial adviser while 17% said they might. Conversely, 41% of male paraplanners said they would like t...

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