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Former IFP president Jane Wheeler has been praised for her “enormous contribution” to building the Financial Planning profession after her retirement was announced.
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Financial Planning needs to be made more ‘sexy’ to entice more young people into the profession.
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A former IFP director has landed a new role following the completion of the merger with the CISI.
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For the latest in the series from the IFP ethic committee, Adam Samuel shares his tips on how to avoid the pifalls of running a Financial Planning business.
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Alan Dick CFPCM took the Presidential reins from Rebecca Taylor FIFP CFPCM at the IFP Annual Conference in October. In his first major interview since taking office he talks about what lies ahead.
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Wednesday, 18 November 2015 11:23

CFP pro gains CISI Chartered Wealth Manager title

A Certified Financial PlannerCM says he has “completed the circle” after adding Chartered Wealth Manager to his list of titles.
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A former IFP board member has pledged to stay closely involved with the newly merged body and to continue playing a key role in Financial Planning despite stepping down last month.
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At its semiannual meeting in Tokyo in October, the Financial Planning Standards Board Ltd. (FPSB), the global body responsible for international Certified Financial Planner certification outside the US, named three individuals to serve four-year terms on its board of directors, starting on 1 April 2016.
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Wednesday, 28 October 2015 12:03

IFP members to get CISI welcome packs next week

Membership packs welcoming IFP members to the CISI will be sent out next week.
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The merger with the CISI is the IFP’s “one chance to get it right”, the body’s new president says.
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Do you support the changes to dividend tax credits?

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The voting for this poll has ended on: 14 08 2015

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