Keith Churchouse: Just when you thought you had a clear view

Life's rich tapestry

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Keith Churchouse: "Looking back does not generally encourage forward momentum but may guide your approach."
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Keith Churchouse: "Looking back does not generally encourage forward momentum but may guide your approach."

The rich tapestry of highs and lows we as advisers enjoy has never ended and never will, writes Keith Churchouse. Here he shares his thoughts on the recent FCA Dear CEO letter and above all urges his peers to 'stick to their knitting'

It can be difficult for advisers to cut through the ‘noise' that is created by opinion on the way you run your business, what you should charge, who you should focus on as a group, how qualified you should...

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