AF4 Exam Support

As one exam session ends another one begins

As we wish the very best of luck to everyone who is taking their exams next week, we are already looking forward to welcoming our new students for the October 2019 session. The dates you need to know are as follows: 7th October AF1 8th October AF4 and AF7 9th October AF5 The table below shows the CII […]

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What is the CII Examiner really looking for?

When it comes to that all-important exam day, you might find that there is a BIG difference between absorbing the information you need and then putting what you have learnt into practice…in the time given in the exam. Being able to deliver word-perfect factual information in the context of a case-study you will see for […]

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Action Learning – NHS Masterclass by John Reynolds

As a chartered financial adviser, how many conversations have you had about AA and LTA this year? How many of those are from members of the biggest pension scheme in the UK? A pension scheme with over 1.5 million employed active members? The fifth biggest employer in the world. With a large number of high-earners […]

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How to catch up on your studies if you have fallen behind

For some reason this week we have seen a slight drop in the number of ESQ’s being submitted and whilst this is not unusual (half term week, half way point, motivation drops a little or perhaps you are just feeling overwhelmed with your studies).  We’ve all been there and have experienced times when the studying […]

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Too Big to Fail: The Dark Side of Regulation by Michael Pashley

Disclaimer: Please note that this article contains potentially controversial views that don’t necessarily represent those of Expert Pensions or its associates, and has been written to entertain, inform, and to promote good-spirited debate around the subject. Ever heard the phrase “too big to fail”? My guess is you have, and you probably attribute it to […]

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Winter Wonderland – A risk worth taking? by John Reynolds

What does this picture make YOU feel? This picture was taken by one of our ex-students: it’s a person skating on a frozen Loch above Aberfeldy in Scotland on 2 February 2019 (Saturday past). [Photo taken by Andrew Macintyre, Director and Chartered Financial Planner, Macintyre Wealth Management Ltd] It was published on social media and it […]

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What Qualifications do I need to be a Financial Adviser? By Michael Pashley

If you’re reading this, you may be considering a change in career.  Congratulations on taking the first step. We can see why you’d consider becoming a financial adviser: the freedom and flexibility to work from home, choose your own hours, and realise true job satisfaction by helping your clients achieve their financial goals. If this […]

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What are CII Qualifications? By Michael Pashley

What is the CII? The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) is a professional body for the financial planning and insurance industries, with global network of over 100,000 members in 150 countries. The financial planning division of the CII is called the Personal Finance Society (PFS) [1]. Within the financial planning industry, “CII” and “PFS” are often used […]

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It’s FREE, it’s good and you don’t want to miss it – Introduction to AF7 and AF4

Our aim  is to treat all of our students as individuals by providing a blended online learning package designed to engage and guide you towards success.  Our Experts are here to coach and mentor you towards a successful outcome.  We build a strong foundation, a starting point to help you be more organised, manage your […]

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Do you want to PASS your next exam?

The results are well and truly in and having done some preliminary investigations, it’s clear that there is a HUGELY positive correlation with COMPLETING our structured study plans and passing the exams: it could be greater than 80% correlation and that’s massive. It builds on the research done by Expert Pensions and Manchester Metropolitan University […]

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