PFS board considers CII deregistration proposals but votes against it

Vote held 17 June

Sophie King
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A source told PA that the board felt it was better to retain independence in order to continue to carry out the work it is doing.
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A source told PA that the board felt it was better to retain independence in order to continue to carry out the work it is doing.

The Personal Finance Society (PFS) board voted against the Chartered Insurance Institute’s (CII) attempt to deregister it as an independent entity.

Professional Adviser can reveal the idea to deregister was properly considered by the PFS board, but it was very clear that members were against it, and so the board chose to vote it down. The v...

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