Quilter sees more than 600 people access academy's free advice module

'A taste of financial advice'

Julia Bahr
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Quilter’s Financial Adviser School has said more than 600 people have accessed the first unit of its free Diploma for Financial Advisers programme.

The module - financial services, regulation and ethics (FSRE) - is the first of three necessary to obtain the Level 4 qualification from the London Institute of Banking and Finance, which would see one become a UK financial adviser. The programme was made free as part of the school's FSRE4ALL scheme around two years ago to give more people a taste of financial advice and ultimately encourage them tostart the journey to becoming a financial adviser. The financial adviser school said making the module free enabled those who were unsure if this was the right career for them or uncertain abo...

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