Nick Eatock: Using tech to narrow the advice gap

Cutting delivery costs is key

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Nick Eatock: "I believe more can be done to cut the cost of delivering advice with the best use of the right technology."
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Nick Eatock: "I believe more can be done to cut the cost of delivering advice with the best use of the right technology."

A combination of factors has resulted in the 'financial advice gap' many of which cannot be tackled overnight, writes Nick Eatock. However, he explains better use of technology could help address the situation

Those of us working in the financial sector are acutely aware of the merits of taking financial advice. Unfortunately, the situation with the wider public is strikingly different. Despite the best efforts...

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