Highclere Financial Services senior partner Alan Lakey has left his position as a member of the Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA) council as he felt his voice "did not get heard".
Lakey, who replaced adviser Harry Katz on the council in 2012, said he felt he had been "banging [his] head against a wall". "I didn't feel I was able to achieve anything. I felt it was worth a try....
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