Learning curves

Cann, Nick
June 2008
Money Marketing;6/26/2008, p46
The author reflects on the need for comprehensive financial planning driven by a client and his needs, that are ahead of what product is recommended, in times of financial crises in Great Britain. He argues that advisers should think of alternative strategies to avoid a business downturn. He mentions that many businesses that are investing in themselves and their teams are enjoying benefits.


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