The Institute of Financial Planning (IFP) will preserve its unique culture when it merges with the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments (CISI), new president Alan Dick has pledged, as he played down fears of a dilution of the body's commitment to financial planning.
In an impassioned speech, Dick said the merged body will prove an influential force that will carry clout with the regulators and bring financial planning into the mainstream. He told delegates at the...
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