“It’s all wrong”. This running joke at our office is based on a regularly occurring statement made by a former financial planner who would often exclaim everything was incorrect with a piece of work. When overreactions and blame are your speciality, it is easy to turn a drama into a crisis. But as I look […]
The appeal of working in the financial services industry has always been great but many young people will likely turn to banks, building societies and insurance providers when looking to start a career in the space. Meanwhile, the specialised financial advice sector is often overlooked as an entry point. To succeed in this arena you […]
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