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Towry Law awarded chartered financial planner status

The Chartered Insurance Institute has awarded wealth advisory firm Towry Law chartered financial planner status.

Towry Law says it is now aiming to have 75 per cent of its individual advisers achieve the status in the next two years.

Andrew Fisher, Chief Executive, Towry Law, says: “We are thrilled that Towry Law has achieved Chartered Financial Planner status. This is testament to the emphasis we place on all our employees, not only advisers, to gain professional qualifications.

“All our wealth advisers are also working towards Chartered Financial Planner status individually and we anticipate that 75 per cent of them will have achieved this by 2010.”


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