PFS simplifies Chartered status application process

Corporate Chartered changes from 2020

Hannah Godfrey
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"The new application form should speed up the process for achieving and renewing corporate Chartered status" - the CII's Steve Jenkins
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"The new application form should speed up the process for achieving and renewing corporate Chartered status" - the CII's Steve Jenkins

The Personal Finance Society (PFS) has made the application for renewal process for corporate Chartered status easier through the introduction of a new, automated form.

From 1 July, any firms applying for or wishing to renew their corporate Chartered status will be able to do so using the new form. Unlike the previous application and renewal process, the form will...

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