Some great news for Tom Buss of Kellands Bristol just before Christmas, as he learned that he had become a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society.

Gaining Chartered status and reaching the pinnacle of the financial planning profession is a noteworthy accomplishment and for many, it signifies the end of their formal professional studies.  

Tom achieved Chartered Financial Planner status back in 2017. However, he decided to continue with his studies, and the work has paid off with the attainment of this latest accolade. He is now entitled to use the coveted FPFS designation.

In his work as a Chartered Financial Planner, Tom specialises in at-retirement planning and currently holds Pension Transfer Specialist status. In addition, he is qualified to advanced level in Trusts & Tax and Business Planning. You can read more about Tom here.

Many congratulations, Tom!

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