Progeny Adviser Academy opens applications for 2022 intake  

Six set to join in September

Julia Bahr
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Progeny’s Adviser Academy has opened the application process for six new associate planners to join its September intake.

The three-year course will result in Chartered status and offers a robust training programme that helps academy associates to develop a deeper understanding of what holistic financial planning really means, according to national IFA firm. It will also provide exposure to a wide range of additional skills and experiences essential in client-facing roles, Progeny added. "Applicants can be both internal and external to Progeny but must hold a level 4 qualification as a minimum and ideally be working towards Chartered status. Financial services or paraplanning experience is desirable but car...

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