Institute for Financial Wellbeing temporarily changes name and unveils exec team

Cannot yet call itself an institute

Sophie King
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Chris Budd: "We have emailed everyone who responded with our next steps and are in the process of setting up the infrastructure, such as a regional network."
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Chris Budd: "We have emailed everyone who responded with our next steps and are in the process of setting up the infrastructure, such as a regional network."

The Institute for Financial Wellbeing has unveiled its seven-strong executive team and revealed a temporary name change.

The programme's executive team is made up of a myriad of advisers, including Henwood Court managing director Nick Platt, Magenta Financial Planning chief executive Julie Lord, Elite Financial Consulting...

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