15,000 advisers due to retire in next five years

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Octopus Investments has said the UK advice gap is set to widen after its research found almost a third (28%) of advisers expect to retire within the next five years. The firm's study, which surveyed 205 advisers, also found that, over the course of the next ten years, six-in-ten (58%) advisers expect to retire. According to the investment firm, that proportion is the equivalent of more than 15,000 advisers leaving the profession. Octopus Investments also found advisers are already wor...

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