Almost 9 out 10 advisers to continue remote advice post covid-19

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A survey of Quilter's national advice business has found that 88% of advisers would continue to provide some form of remote advice option as the indusry begins to progress out of lockdown. Financial advisers have said that they are keen to retain the ability to keep remote advice through video technology, according to a a survey of around 300 of Quilter's advisers. Video conferencing has not hindered advisers gaining new clients, the survey found, with 77% of advisers saying they have gained some during the period. However, there is an understanding that the way advice is delivered...

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