FT Money wants to know more about the relationship between you and your clients.
Topics including clients' investment goals, their biggest financial fears and how they feel about fees will be probed in a major piece of research timed to coincide with our Top 100 Financial Advisers list, which will be revealed in Financial Adviser and FTAdviser in November.
To provide a complete picture of how the advice market is changing, as well as surveying people who pay for advice FT Money would also like to hear from financial advisers and has devised a short, anonymous survey.
FT Money wants to know what are the issues your clients are most likely to need your help with.
Has technology transformed the way you communicate with your customers, or do they still value the reassurance of face-to-face meetings?
And what — if anything — are you doing to attract the next generation of clients?
Claer Barrett, FT Money editor, said: "Despite the rise of robo-advice and online investment platforms, the question we get asked the most often by our readers is how to can find a financial adviser they can trust.
"Readers have not been shy in telling us their views on how the advice market is changing, and we are keen to hear from as many advisers as possible to complete the snapshot."
After completing the survey, advisers will be entered into a prize draw to win one of three FT.com subscriptions.
To complete the survey for financial advisers, click here.
The survey is anonymous, but on the final page it is possible to grant permission for the Financial Times to feature your responses in the upcoming FT Money report.
The survey is open for submissions until November 14, and the usual terms and conditions for FT competitions apply.