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Almost 3000 advisers gone in 2020BY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 18 DEC 2020 12:15PM
A total of 2802 financial advisers have departed the industry in 2020, with just 60 new advisers joining, according to Rainmaker analysis of the Financial Adviser Register.
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