Toronto, Canada, April 28, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Wealth Professional Canada (WPC) just released the 2017 Young Guns list, recognizing 25 finance professionals aged 35 or under who are making their mark in the industry.
With the industry shifting towards a fee-based model, a clear division between high-net-worth segment and the mass market has emerged creating a glass ceiling for new entrants in the wealth management industry.
“Making one’s mark as a young financial advisor has never been more challenging,” said David Keelaghan, WPC news editor. “With the ongoing model changes, advisory firms are under pressure and it doesn’t really give much leeway for someone still learning the ropes. The advisors on this list are passionate of their work and are keen to remove any stigma associated with the profession. Their drive and dedication is exactly what earned them a place in this list.”
For the full report, see issue 5.04 of Wealth Professional Canada, out now or view the list online at http://www.wealthprofessional.ca/rankings/young-guns-201
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