Building a vibrant profession
In this IIL financial services lecture Nick Turner APFS talked about the key building blocks that make the Personal Finance Society (PFS) so vibrant.
The vision of the PFS is to be a professional body that has secured and justified public confidence and achieved parity of esteem with established professions.
Nick discussed the PFS's leadership of the work being done to obtaining those objectives, and looked at the challenges still facing the profession including: contingent charging; mass access to advice; low consumer engagement; charging disclosure and suitability; environmental complexity and value for money.
By the end of this lecture members would have gained an insight into:
- The vision for the Personal Finance Society
- The leadership the PFS is providing towards building public trust
- Future challenges such as access, charging and value for money
Nick joined NFU Mutual in 2013 and is responsible for the Group's Agency network, Distribution and Sales for Life, General Insurance and the subsidiaries. Nick is currently serving as President of the Personal Finance Society (PFS).
Martin Wells, Head of Operations, The Personal Finance Society (PFS).
Registration & Security
IIL lectures are open to CII and PFS members
CII and PFS members must register online by 12pm one working day before the lecture
For lectures held in The Old Library, Lloyd's pass holders may also attend and do not need to register
All attendees (at any venue) must produce photo ID - either a Lloyd's pass, driving licence with photo or valid passport
- Email confirmations and photo ID must be produced to security staff at the lecture venue
- Attendance confirmations are non-transferable to any other person or lecture
- All venues have limited capacity and registration and/or a Lloyd's pass does not guarantee admission
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Please contact Patricia Pedraza (020 7397 3911) with any queries regarding the CPD events programme.
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3/4 hours' CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
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