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IFA claims to be among the smartest in UK

IFA Philip Morton is claiming to be one of the smartest financial advisers in the UK.


Morton claims to be the only adviser to have passed all four Advanced Financial Planning Certificate papers in the October 1998 sitting.


There were 5,458 sittings overall and only 2,025 passes.


Milton says: &#34Whilst modesty is my usual course it was very pleasing to achieve these results after such masochism of taking so many high-level examinations at the same time.&#34

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