Adviser frustration after LIBF emails SJP opportunities to course trainee

'Investigating our systems'

Hannah Godfrey
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"This should not be what a professional body does" - Postcard Planning's Rohan Sivajoti
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"This should not be what a professional body does" - Postcard Planning's Rohan Sivajoti

The London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF) has contacted a young adviser about opportunities at St James's Place, despite his current employer, Postcard Planning, paying to put him through his level 4 qualification with the body.

The professional body sent an email to the adviser, which the LIBF claimed was sent in error, and can be seen in full at the bottom of this article. It read: "Now that you're qualified, or soon ...

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