CII chief Fisher apologises to PFS members for deregistration miscommunication

Motions passed despite campaign

Sophie King
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Sian Fisher apologised for any miscommunication caused around the plot to deregister the PFS.
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Sian Fisher apologised for any miscommunication caused around the plot to deregister the PFS.

Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) CEO Sian Fisher has apologised for any miscommunication caused following its proposals to deregister the PFS, while several motions were passed during the body's annual general meeting (AGM).

Held on Wednesday (30 June), the AGM was attended by various CII members who had the opportunity to vote on several ideas.  Prior to the AGM, many advisers were eagerly awaiting what would be sa...

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