AF1 Exam Support

Worth Noting by Andrew Houghton

Andrew Houghton has highlighted a recent interesting case which may be of particular interest to students studying for AF1 or JO2 as well as those taking AF7, AF8, PETR or PTPA. This ruling will have significant ramifications for pension scheme trustees contemplating using powers set out in the scheme rules going forwards. On the face […]

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I Did it My Way by Michael Pashley

This article is intended for those who have achieved the CII Level 4 Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning and have decided to study for the Level 6 Advanced Diploma. In short, to achieve the Advanced Diploma, you need to accumulate 290 CII credits. If you hold the Level 4 Regulated Diploma, you have earned 100 […]

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The Evolution of Learning

Growing up (in the eighties), Embracing the noughties (2000-2009), Caught in the Inbetweenies (2010-2012) and Terrified of the Teenies (2013-2019)? Growing up and learning in the eighties was a tough gig – I should know I was there and have experienced the sheer delights of: Not owning a mobile phone in my teenage years. I […]

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LEARN LONG AND PROSPER

Love it or hate it learning is part of how we develop, grow and progress. Almost everything we do will be as a result of learning something. What are your past memories of learning – do you associate learning with a positive or negative experience? This can ultimately have an impact on how you view […]

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