Consumer Duty Alliance looks to attract advice industry talent

New Talent Alliance will be chaired by M&G Wealth Advice MD Tom Hegarty

Isabel Baxter
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The Consumer Duty Alliance (CDA) is launching a New Talent Alliance (NTA) to attract fresh industry talent within financial services.

The new alliance aims to bring together academies, training organisations, recruiters, and qualification bodies to reshape talent acquisition and development within the financial services profession. It will be chaired by M&G Wealth Advice managing director Tom Hegarty and the London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF) will act as secretariat for the steering group. The steering group is made up of stakeholders from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII), the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI), the London Institution of Banking and Finance (LIBF), M&G Wealth...

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