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Top 35 Next Generation Advisers 2017: the key stats

All the key stats from the Top 35 Next Generation Advisers 2017, read through to finds out more about this year's list.

Top 35: the key stats

Last week we published our Top 35 Next Generation Advisers list. 

You can read the full thing here.

We also looked at some key stats about the advisers who made it on the list. Click through to find out more. 

Top 35: the key stats

Last week we published our Top 35 Next Generation Advisers list. 

You can read the full thing here.

We also looked at some key stats about the advisers who made it on the list. Click through to find out more. 

The ages in this year's Top 35 ranged from 24 to 35. 

 

There were only five women in this year's list, which we think is a problem. 

Read editor Will Robins on this issue here

Of this year's batch, all but one deliver face to face advice to clients. 

One question we asked is whether entrants gave free advice sessions alongside their normal advice duties. Out of the Top 35, 14 did this. 

We also wanted to know how many younger advisers are involved in making investment decisions: 21 of the Top 35 said they were on investment committees or helped make fund selections. 

There were 17 members of the Top 35 involved in portfolio construction. 

Many younger advisers are helping their firms adopt new technology. 

In the case of the Top 35, 26 said they were involved with introducing new technology to firms. 

There were 30 members of the Top 35 involved in business development, showing the important role many of the firms included give younger advisers. 

It was also interesting to see that 22 of the Top 35 given presentations to professional connections at events. 

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