How to resign from your job in the wealth management sector

Resigning isn’t something that most of us do very often. When our clients are placed in a new bank they often ask us about how to resign.
Wealth management is a unique industry. Reputation is highly important, it is a small world and there are legal implications to consider.
If you don’t resign correctly, then you could damage your future career.
In this guide, The Art of Resigning, we have compiled all the advice that you need to resign elegantly and professionally. It details how to inform your current employers about your decision to leave and develop your career elsewhere.
As there are also legal implications to consider when you resign from a wealth management position, we decided to ask the very well respected David Hunt, the Employment Partner at Farrer & Co to share his considerable knowledge and expert advice.
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