Finura achieves corporate Chartered status from the Chartered Insurance Institute

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Finura is pleased to announce we have achieved corporate Chartered status from the Chartered Insurance Institute.

Every firm that holds Chartered status adheres to an ethical code that underpins broader commitments to professional values.

These commitments include putting customers’ interests first, investing in ongoing development of their people’s technical skills and knowledge, plus supporting wider initiatives that benefit society as well as the growth of the profession.

Nathan Mead-Wellings, Director at Finura, comments:

“As Chartered Financial Planners, we are publicly committed to a customer-first approach and values that align with a professional Code of Ethics. We provide solutions relevant to our Clients’ needs, maintaining our knowledge through qualifications and ongoing professional development.”

For more information on what being Chartered means, please watch the video below.

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Sources: https://www.cii.co.uk/membership/join-us/chartered/corporate-chartered/why-choose-a-chartered-firm/

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