MILLENIALS LIKELY TO CHANGE WEALTH MANAGER

25.07.2019
BY LONDON & CAPITAL

Millennials could be the first generation that are actively looking to change their wealth managers to pick the one most suitable for them, London and Capital’s Iain Tait has said. Speaking to FTAdviser in a video interview, the director of private clients at the firm said while most generations traditionally do not change wealth managers, millennials could be the exception.

 

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