The Openwork Partnership launches business school for advisers

‘Higher degree of skills transfer’

Ayesha Venkataraman
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The Openwork Partnership has announced the launch of its new business school to help increase the number of advisers and business owners in financial services, it said.

The Openwork Business School will provide technical and professional qualification as well as the commercial and management development needed to support career pathways for advisers, and for aspiring colleagues looking to advance their management careers, the network said. This will include sharing various training modules together to better understand each others' roles and responsibilities towards achieving the best outcomes for clients, it added. The adviser network said its business school would support new entrants in the advice space to those "building and running successful bu...

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