CEO of the Financial Planning Institute of SA resigns

13 August 2018 FPI

The Financial Planning Institute of Southern Africa (FPI) has today announced the resignation of the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Godfrey Nti with immediate effect.

“The Board is thankful for Godfrey’s years of service and contribution to the organisation,” said Mr Ntai Phoofolo, chairperson of FPI Board of Directors.

“It has been an absolute pleasure serving the financial planning profession and FPI for over 9 years”, said Mr Godfrey Nti, CEO of FPI.

“I have no doubt that FPI will continue to grow from strength to strength in pursuit of its vision to ensure professional financial planning is accessible to all” concluded Nti.

By mutual consent, Mr Nti, has resigned from the FPI in order to pursue other interests.

Ms Stephanie Pillay, Chief Operating Officer, will continue acting as the institute’s CEO until further notice.

FPI Chairperson
Ntai Phoofolo

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