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The workplace academy is an extension of NMBA and is designed to support advisers as they establish and evolve their relationships with corporate clients. You can access training and materials designed to help you take your brand into the workplace.
November 28, 2016
The theory behind an allowance to encourage people to seek financial advice is all very well, says Tom Hegarty, but in practice it raises a number of concerns for advisers.
You may have heard the Warren Buffet quote "Price is what you pay, value is what you get", so why should a specific price be introduced for financial advice? Should advice not be charged at the rate specific to individual clients, obviously abiding by the principles of fairness and decency?
October 31, 2016
For at least the past decade, there has been a growing awareness that the financial services sector is facing a seemingly unsolvable problem; there are fewer advisers joining the industry than there are leaving. Tom Hegarty looks at the issues that a diminishing adviser population could cause, the options available in the current market for entry to the financial advice profession and what needs to be done to attract 'new blood' to the sector.
September 08, 2016
Tom Hegarty looks at the time pressure faced by advisers and shares some insight into working smarter not harder.
August 17, 2016
If it was not for the RDR rearing its head when it did, it would have been many years since most of us gave any thought to the way in which we learn and retain information. With the average age of advisers currently standing at 58, those that had not actively pursued non-mandatory professional qualifications during their career could have had a gap of around three-and-a-half decades in between exam revision sessions.