Clark said: “The volunteers who run our local institutes, regional committees and societies are the beating heart of the CII.
“Our volunteers are on the ground, living the values, sharing the knowledge and skills that are required to improve the public’s financial resilience and grow the number of professionals able to offer advice to the public.
“It was great to meet with so many of our volunteers today and thank them for the role they play in raising public trust in the insurance and personal finance profession.”
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