IFP will apply for FSA accreditation

Laura Miller
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The Institute of Financial Planning (IFP) has confirmed it will apply to become an accredited body under plans published in the FSA's latest RDR paper.

Nick Cann, IFP chief executive, says the professional body will be submitting an application to the FSA to become capable of awarding advisers Statements of Professional Standing (SPS). Under proposals...

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