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‘Long road’ for new entrants under FASEA standards

The pathway to becoming a financial adviser will be long and arduous under the new education standards and will see firms struggle to attract younger people into the advice industry, a mid-tier firm fears.

HLB Mann Judd partner Michael Hutton said that he predicts the new education standards for advisers, particularly for new entrants, could make it very difficult to attract younger people to the financial advice industry.

Read more at the SMSF Adviser.

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