"Now in terms of recruiting experienced advisers, there's a finite pool there, but this is where the academy comes into play in that, there's no reason why the academy cannot be producing 50 per cent of female and 50 per cent of male and equally across all categories of diversity.”
According to the update this morning, SJP has seen 71 advisers graduate from its academy programmes in 2021 to date, with 277 'students' being enrolled.
The advice firm said it is now represented by 4,477 qualified advisers across the partnership, an increase of 139 year to-date.
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