Maybe it’s the rubbish weather, but we’re getting a lot more traffic to the site than normal for an August.
Most popular this week was Phil Young’s musings over the endless speculation about the demise of financial advisers and disruptive technology. Let’s face it, advisers have weathered every storm so far, and the decline in numbers, suggests Phil, are down to more mundane issues than whizzy new technologies or price pressure. Most significantly, it’s hard for young, inexperienced advisers to get a start nowadays.
Succession was also a theme for Brett Davidson, who discusses how to take a reliance on business owners out of the business, and prep well for sale.
If you’re interested in the key differences between Unbiased and VouchedFor when generating leads, Bridget Greenwood gives us a good appraisal through an interview with an adviser who’s used both. It’s frank and no punches held.