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IFS gets a rebrand

The Institute of Financial Services has been rebranded as the ifs School of Finance.
The institute says it has chosen the new name as it is more representative of its work developing financial education provision for both the industry and consumers.
It says the rebrand is part of its ambition to gain degree-awarding powers in the future.
Chief executive Gavin Shreeve says: This is an exciting milestone in the ongoing development of the ifs as a fully fledged educational body dedicated to financial learning. Indeed, we are now uniquely placed in the educational sector to continue to build a specialist offering that spans financial education from GCSE level through to taught Masters.

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