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Episode 5: The Future of Advice

In the fifth episode of The Intersection, Leslie Wojcik, Head of Global Communications, sits down with John Anderson and Russell Andrews. John is the Head of Practice Management for our adviser business in the US, and Russell serves as Head of Solutions for our Asset Management Distribution team in the UK, Europe and Asia. John and Russell touch upon the impact of the pandemic on the adviser space, and chat about what the future could hold for advisers and their clients moving forward.

Enjoy Episode 5.

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