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CII adds new subject to core APFC range

The Chartered Insurance Institute is adding a further subject paper to its core range of examinations needed to pass the Advanced Financial Planning Certificate.


The Supervision and Sales Management H15 paper was previously an optional subject for advisers wishing to either specialise in a supervisory role or looking to complete further higher grade examinations.


To complete the AFPC advisers need to pass three subjects, one of which must be the compulsory Taxation and Trusts G10 paper.

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