More millennials than baby boomers or GenX have a financial adviser finds major global report

Mark Battersby
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Almost two thirds (59%) of millennials have a professional financial adviser which is a higher percentage than either Generation X (56%) or baby boomers (48%), as revealed on 4 May in a new survey by Natixis Investment Managers. The global report ‘Five Financial Truths about Millennials at 40' covered nearly 2,500 individual investors between the ages of 25 and 40, with minimum investable assets of $100,000, across North America, Latin America, Asia, the UK, Europe and Middle East. It further revealed that financial planning is the professional advice millennials are most interested i...

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