Charlie Parker: Who should fund an adviser academy?

Training IFAs

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Charlie Parker: Who should fund an adviser academy?

Recruitment is a perennial problem in the IFA sector and Albemarle Street Partners' recent Coalition of the Independent research suggested there is a need for the development of a dedicated academy to train new advisers, says Charlie Parker. But the question is: who should pay for it? 

The problem of age has been long discussed in IFA circles, but few solutions have been put in place to address the fact that the industry struggles to attract new recruits and the average age of advisers...

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