Sarah Lord: Building a strong, sustainable and profitable profession

Vision for profession

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Sarah Lord: "Take this opportunity and be sure to share your views before the consultation closes on 17 December."
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Sarah Lord: "Take this opportunity and be sure to share your views before the consultation closes on 17 December."

Sarah Lord, president of the Personal Finance Society, sets out her vision for a thriving financial planning profession and urges members of the professional body to take part in the Chartered Insurance Institute’s ongoing consultation...

During our recent Personal Finance Society conference, I had the opportunity to remind our members of the key focus of my Presidency - building a strong, sustainable, and profitable profession. I know...

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