Shunned by traditional advisers the FT explores where younger investors are going for their financial advice.
You might think you’ve got to the stage where you need the services of an independent financial adviser (IFA) — but would they take on a client like you? All too often, the answer is no. As many young professionals can attest, we simply don’t have enough money — yet — to make it worth the industry’s while. It is possible to argue that my generation is in greater need of financial advice than those before us. We have to contend with the shadow of student debt, a collapse in home ownership and higher levels of self-employment as wages stutter.