Some 73 per cent of financial advisers said they could use more support to educate clients about the potential implications of geopolitical tensions, according to a new poll conducted by Viridian.  

The firm surveyed over 100 Australian advisers and their views on the repercussions of global events on them and their clients’ investment decisions.  

While economic concerns persist, financial advisers highlighted that sentiments among clients remained stable, with 55 per cent of advisers expressing unchanged or neutral bearish perspectives, and 41 per cent highlighted their clients exhibited a more pessimistic outlook.