More than 600 advisers pass Chartered exams during Covid-19 pandemic

600 passes

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The latest graduating class, which included 250 new fellowships, took their examinations in July after the April sittings were delayed.
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The latest graduating class, which included 250 new fellowships, took their examinations in July after the April sittings were delayed.

The Personal Finance Society (PFS) has applauded graduates as more than 600 financial advisers have passed their Chartered financial planner exams during Covid-19.

The latest graduating class, which included 250 new fellowships, took their examinations in July after the April sittings were delayed due to lockdown restrictions. Foresight Independent Financial...

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