Tim Sargisson: Coronavirus will change the advice profession forever

'Provide words of reassurance'

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As the Covid-19 pandemic continues and the country adapts to new ways of working, Tim Sargisson explores what this will mean for the advice profession...

As more and more people and businesses across the country are impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) many of us will be wondering what the world will look like when we are through this and out the other side. Continuing the theme of stating the bleedin' obvious, firms in the strongest place before this crisis and who continue to support their clients over the next few weeks will be best placed to get through this. For example: Business Continuity Planning (BCP). It is recognised that all firms must have robust BCP. Most firms will have invoked the first stage of their BCP as a reactio...

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