Pension transfer exam among those moved online

RO6, AF1 and AF5 exams moved online

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The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has reassured its candidates they will still be able to conduct some of their exams during the coronavirus lockdown.

Next week the professional body will contact more than 2,500 candidates who were set to sit written examinations on 6 and 7 July for units financial planning practice (RO6), pension transfers (AF7), personal tax and trust planning (AF1), and financial planning process (AF5) to inform them they can now complete their exams online. The CII has also postponed June's multiple choice-question exams in centres in the UK. Candidates will be contacted in the next week to be told they can re-book at an exam centre for another date or take the exam by remote invigilation at a future date. CII l...

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