Carl Lamb: Can our profession survive coronavirus crisis?

Regulators must step in

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Carl Lamb: "We shouldn't have to fight on our own for survival."
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Carl Lamb: "We shouldn't have to fight on our own for survival."

The future of some advice firms is in doubt as the profession is forced to tighten its belt to cope with coronavirus, writes Carl Lamb. Here he explores why some firms will go under, what the regulator should do and why advisers must still go above and beyond for clients

The world has changed for everyone now that we are in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic and it is difficult to think about anything else in these challenging times.  Whilst we are all concern...

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