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Qualification unit
The objective of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of and ability to analyse pension and retirement planning issues. Download 2017-2018 syllabus » Download 2018-2019 syllabus » Assessment  1 hour exam 50 multiple choice questions 65% nominal pass mark (the actual pass mark may ...
Qualification unit
This unit has now been withdrawn  Please note that unit CF4 along with units CF2 and CF5 have now been withdrawn. This follows a significant drop in demand since advisers' minimum qualification level was raised from RQF Level 3 to Level 4. 
Qualification unit
The objective of this unit is to develop and demonstrate the advanced skills needed for advising on income planning to those in and approaching retirement.   AF8 will update and test adviser's skills in evaluating clients’ personal and financial positions as well as the application of knowledge a...
Syllabuses | 01 Jun 2011
CII syllabus for CF4 Retirement planning 2011
Syllabuses | 01 Jun 2011
CII syllabus for R04 Pensions and retirement planning 2011
18 Dec 2013
As the retirement landscape evolves, one shape of solution no longer fits all clients.  For many, a blended approach is appropriate.
CII Library | Book | Published 2012
Part of the Taxbriefs Advisers guide series (ceased in 2013).Chapters: The Pensions EnvironmentThe Tax FrameworkLegal FrameworkThe Accumulation Stage Advice Issues
Lectures | 02 Feb 2005
The changing face of retirement planning. Lecture delivered by Ian Naismith (Head of Pensions Market Development, Scottish Widows) on 02 February 2005.
Technical articles | 01 Nov 2008
Advisers and their clients will be wearily familiar with the "pensions crisis". They will have heard it all before about how the collapse of final salary defined-benefit schemes, a general lack of saving, stock market volatility and increased longevity mean that retirement is likely to be a...
 
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