The ifs School of Finance is celebrating the first anniversary of its name change.
In August 2006, an alteration to the former Institute of Financial Services’ royal charter was approved by the Privy Council and ifs was born.
The transformation coincided with the organisation’s push toward becoming a world-class business school for finance, it says.
The ifs School of Finance is a leading financial services industry qualifications provider, with over 80,000 students in 100 countries and offers more than 40 qualifications.
“The name change last year was an exciting milestone in our ongoing development as a fully-fledged educational body dedicated to financial learning,” ifs School of Finance spokesman Phil Hall says.
“The last 12 months has seen recognition of our new identity grow both in the UK and in key overseas markets.”
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