Cann slams 'rubbish' FS degrees that fail to meet career needs

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p9
The article reports on the failed structure of financial services degrees which Institute of Financial Planning chief executive Nick Cann has striked out. Cann said that many services degrees do not offer students what they need in fulfilling future financial planning roles. At a Profit Impact of Market Strategy 2009 debate, Cann requires a greater definition of the financial planner's role. He considers universities and financial services degrees rubbish since they do not have career structure.


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