CII members want PFS to remain - body's consultation findings

Calls for greater collaboration

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CII members want PFS to remain - body's consultation findings

Members of the Personal Finance Society (PFS) voiced their preference to remain part of the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) group, calling for greater collaboration and a new leader of the PFS, according to the findings of the CII’s consultation.

The CII published the findings of the Shaping the future together consultation on Monday (28 February). First launched in October 2021, the consultation sought feedback on the advantages and disadvantages in how the PFS and the CII currently operate, and how the personal finance and insurance professions can work together to raise standards and secure public trust. In April last year, it became apparent that the CII was planning to deregister the PFS as a private entity and, after a turbul...

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