IFP says the plans reflect changes

September 2009
Money Marketing;9/10/2009, p21
The article reports on the statement of Lucy Courtenay, education director of the Institute of Financial Planning, regarding the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) level four core units in Great Britain. She notes that the Financial Services Skills Council (FSSC) needs to determine the method to test the required knowledge. She states that the standards reflect the market and regulation changes. She also mentions that the proposals reflect the global nature of financial services.


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