Financial planner has achieved top qualification; IN BRIEF.
A TALENTED young financial planner has become one of the youngest in the UK to achieve a top qualification known as the gold standard in his profession.
At the age of just 27, Gwyn Edwards of Wrexham-based Hadlow Edwards Wealth Management has passed his Chartered Financial Planner exams.
Gwyn runs the London office of Hadlow Edwards which is a Principal Partner Practice of the FTSE 100 Company St. James's Place Wealth Management, one of the UK's largest wealth management organisations which looks after client funds of PS83 bn.
It's a mark of Gwyn's achievement that according to the latest Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) figures, which oversees the Chartered Financial Planner qualifications, only 17 per cent of the 25,000 financial planners in the UK hold the title. The average national age for achieving the qualification is 47.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)|
|Date:||Sep 27, 2017|
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