NMBA - How Govt's apprentice funding freeze risks the future of advice NMBA - How Govt's apprentice funding freeze risks the future of advice

06 Jun 2017

For the last decade, the advice profession has been facing its greatest challenge and it is now closer to crisis than ever before.

The average age of the adviser population sits at around 55, meaning that in another 10 years’ time, half will be over the age of 65: the current state retirement age. The industry needs fresh blood.

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