New president for CISI's Birmingham and West Midlands branch

Barclays Wealth's Andrew Porter

Victoria McKeever
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Barclays Wealth & Investment Management financial planner Andrew Porter has been appointed president of the Birmingham and West Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI).

Porter, who has been a member of the CISI since 1993 and gained his CISI Diploma in 1996, said he was particularly interested in the educational side of the trade body - both ongoing professional development for members and educating those interested in a career in finance and financial education generally. Adding  he was pleased to connect his appointment to his work as a trustee on the CISI Educational Trust, he continued: "There are many forthcoming events, such as student Insight Days and the Professional Skills conference, that the branch are becoming involved in and I would like us...

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