Follow the Leader

Published: July 29, 2016

“Putting aside price or word-of-mouth, how do people distinguish or differentiate one insurer, accountant or broker from another?”

Director Keith Brookbank, featured in Argent, The Financial Services Forum journal, this month. Click the link below to read about how financial services organisations can benefit from thought leadership.

Argent – July 2016

Click here to read the article on The Financial Services Forum website: Follow the Leader, July 20th 2016, Argent

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