Jenny Cadman: Advisers going above and beyond for vulnerable clients

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Jenny Cadman: "Firms are clearly not just going through the motions to meet their obligations to ensure vulnerable customers receive a fair outcome. Instead, they are actively unleashing energy and innovation and willingness to share their successes with a goal of creating a better financial world."
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Jenny Cadman: "Firms are clearly not just going through the motions to meet their obligations to ensure vulnerable customers receive a fair outcome. Instead, they are actively unleashing energy and innovation and willingness to share their successes with a goal of creating a better financial world."

Jenny Cadman reflects on the sterling work advisers are doing for vulnerable clients and highlights their "energy and innovation" when dealing with difficult cases

"I recently helped a customer who felt like they had nowhere to turn." That phrase will likely ring a bell with many financial advisers who have been approached to help someone whose circumstances...

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