The FSSC on qualifications post-RDR

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Sarah Thwaites, director of skills development at the Financial Services Skills Council, discusses the introduction of QCF Level 4 draft core units.

The proposed qualifications are currently under consultation, but are set to become the minimum benchmark qualification for all advisers. Here, Sarah Thwaites outlines the likely impact on the post-RDR retail finance industry.

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