A day in the life of an adviser: London-based Natasha Percy-Baxter

PA hears how advisers all across the nation structure their workdays

Hope William-Smith
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In this new interview series for 2023, Professional Adviser speaks with a range of different planners from all corners of the UK about their typical workday.

This week, it's PercyBaxter Wealth Management principal Natasha Percy-Baxter… What time does a typical workday start for you and what is first on the agenda? No two days are the same, but the first thing on my agenda before work is always yoga. I got into this habit at the start of Covid and I find it sets me up well for whatever the day has in store. I read that it's important to start the day with exercise, even 20 minutes, as it floods the brain with oxygen, effectively breakfast for the brain! My workday then starts at 9.30am, unless I have a networking breakfast, and the first thi...

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