In response to the launch of the CII’s 'Shaping the Future Together' consultation on Friday, the Personal Finance Society (PFS) said it regretted that the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) did not engage with the PFS Board to draft the document together.
Sarah Lord (pictured), president of the PFS, also criticised the CII for not asking the board for input on the consultation paper. However, she welcomed the CII Board's Shaping the Future Together consultation and encouraged PFS members to engage and respond accordingly. Nevertheless, Lord, on behalf of the PFS board, said it was disappointed that, over the last few years, the CII's education offering, including the qualification framework and pathways, had "not kept pace" with the needs of the profession and welcomed the opportunity for PFS members to give their views on improvements de...
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