PA360 North: PFS pushes for leader and protection of its 'significant reserves'

'Focused on protecting members' interests'

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Sarah Lord: "We continue to push for that, and I think, if we can achieve that, then we will see stability quite quickly."
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Sarah Lord: "We continue to push for that, and I think, if we can achieve that, then we will see stability quite quickly."

The Personal Finance Society (PFS) needs a leader on a day-to-day basis and is working towards that, stated PFS president Sarah Lord at a session during PA360 North.

When asked about the status of the ongoing saga involving the planned deregistration of the PFS by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII), she said: "We need someone in the business on a day-to-day basis,...

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