AF5 candidate John Trayner passes exam at 72 years old

Put 'money where his mouth is'

Sophie King
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Trayner, who is not a financial adviser himself, said he wanted to put his money where his mouth is and qualify for the exams he trains financial professionals in.
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Trayner, who is not a financial adviser himself, said he wanted to put his money where his mouth is and qualify for the exams he trains financial professionals in.

Audley Financial Training's John Trayner has passed his Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) AF5 exam at 72 years’ old, one of the oldest candidates to take the test.

Trayner (pictured) took his first ever financial services exam in 1971 at the Alexandra Hall in London, a venue he remembers was extremely cold when sitting the exam. As someone who is not a financial...

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