Adam Owen steps down from PFS board

With immediate effect

Sophie King
clock • 1 min read
Speaking to PA, Owen (right) said he made the decision to leave because he felt he would be a better support outside of the professional body.
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Speaking to PA, Owen (right) said he made the decision to leave because he felt he would be a better support outside of the professional body.

Former Personal Finance Society (PFS) president Adam Owen will be stepping down from the professional body's board with immediate effect, Professional Adviser can reveal.

The NextGen Planners head of content (pictured on the right taking up the role of PFS president), who was in his final year as a director of the PFS, handed in his resignation last week. He was ...

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