Surrey adviser gains Chartered status aged 22

‘Determined, ambitious, passionate’

Jenna Brown
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Surrey adviser gains Chartered status aged 22
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Surrey adviser gains Chartered status aged 22

Informed Pensions’ adviser Jack Saunders has achieved Chartered status at the age of 22.

Having aimed and achieved Personal Finance Society Fellow status by 21, the adviser went one step further the following year to gain the Chartered badge. Partner Dan Mills said Saunders was one of the...

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