Guess what the average age for a financial adviser in the UK is?
45? 50? 55? Depending on where you look, it should fall somewhere in that range.
Sean Banks is 26.
A financial adviser at Premier Wealth Planning, Banks began at another large pensions company working as an auxiliary planner. But soon enough he was having regular phone calls with clients and began to understand what they were seeking out in the planning process. That was when the actual prospect of working as an adviser came into play. Pretty soon Banks was studying for exams, and shortly thereafter landed a financial advising job.
Working in financial services as a millennial might initially seem like a disadvantage, but Banks has reframes his age in a positive light. He knows that experience doesn’t always equal expertise, and his young age means he’s in this fight for the long haul:
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