CII sees 24% boost to chartered financial planner numbers

Holt, Natalie
May 2013
Fundweb;5/31/2013, p3
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the Chartered Insurance Institute report depicting the increase in the number of chartered financial planners by 24 percent in Great Britain over the last one year. It mentions that the chartered member firms include 14,921 chartered insurance practitioners and 2,897 chartered insurance brokers. It states that chartered planners play a vital role in the development of insurance and financial planning sector.


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