PFS accepts SOLLA accreditation for Fellowship status 

‘Engagement skills and technical expertise’ 

Julia Bahr
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The Personal Finance Society (PFS) has revealed a new route for financial planners to achieve Fellowship status.

The professional body now recognises the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) later life adviser accreditation as counting towards obtaining the status.   It said advisers simply needed to complete an online application form on the CII's website and attach evidence of their current SOLLA accreditation which is recognised as 30 credits.  The recognition of SOLLA came after the CII ‘Shaping the future together' consultation proposed that regulated qualifications and experience would no longer be the only way to achieve Chartered and Fellow designations.  SOLLA accreditation can be...

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