NTUC Income chief executive Andrew Yeo said some of the licensed financial advisers will be fresh graduates.
SINGAPORE – Insurer NTUC Income plans to double its licensed financial advisers in the next few years, as part of a broader effort to transform the business and reach out to younger customers.
Chief executive Andrew Yeo, 49, told The Straits Times this month that many young clients know about Income through their parents, who buy insurance for them.
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