Cann calls for strict planner standards

Blackmore, Nicole
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/11/2009, p56
The article reports on the response of the Institute of Financial Planning (IFP) regarding financial planners title used by some companies in Great Britain. The IFP is asking the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to ban the companies that are labeling themselves as planners without achieving the qualification and credit framework (QCF) level six. According to IFP chief executive Nick Cann, the only firms with at least QCF level six board members are allowed to use the title.


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