The Verve Foundation relaunches IFA support scheme for second year

The 2024 ‘Adviser Incubator’ programme begins 31 January

Isabel Baxter
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The Verve Foundation has relaunched its ‘Adviser Incubator’ programme for 2024 to help newly qualified advisers grow and develop their businesses.

The not-for-profit foundation will be welcoming four more cohorts - two for the full 12-week programme and two for its new mini seven-week programme. Applications for the free programme opened yesterday (3 January) and will close on 17 January, with the cohort starting on 31 January. The new cohorts for the full programme should bring around 20 more people into the industry in 2024. The programme first launched in May last year. The scheme, supported by Royal London and Parmenion, is designed to support new advisers who are looking to set up their own business and those looking ...

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