Slipaczek family business 100% Chartered as youngest son receives recognition

Corporate Chartered status

Sophie King
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Family business Slipaczek Chartered Financial Planners now holds 100% corporate Chartered status after Chartered financial planner Max Slipaczek, the youngest Slipaczek brother, received the recognition earlier this month (August 3).

Father Filip set up the Hertfordshire business in the 1990s. His two sons Alex, 31, and Max, 28, joined the firm in 2012 and 2014 respectively. The firm received corporate Chartered status in 2018 but Max being recognised means 100 per cent of the firm's advisers are now Chartered.  Max Slipaczek (pictured, left), was the last of the trio to obtain Chartered status. He told Professional Adviser it felt amazing to receive the recognition: "Having been in the industry for six years now, it's nice to finally achieve my long-term aim," he said. "I have old school friends who are Chartered...

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