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Philanthropy discussion builds adviser trust

Philanthropy discussion builds adviser trust

Talking about philanthropy when constructing or reviewing a financial plan for clients can help advisers build trust and aid them in the regulator-required ‘know your client' process, according to Equity Trustees.

  • Shared by Money Management
  • January 07, 2016
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General manager, philanthropy, Tabitha Lovett, said advisers who had detailed discussions with clients about their philanthropic goals had a greater understanding of "what makes their clients tick", hence fulfilling the ‘know your client' requirement.

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