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What does FSSC stand for?

FSSC stands for Financial Services Skills Council (UK)

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But the Financial Services Skills Council called for there to be a transition period, to enable advisers who are studying for the higher qualifications that they will need to have to continue working, to prevent there being a shortage of advisers.
The iRSQ certification programme has also been endorsed as the sole standard for education and skills in applied risk management by the Financial Services Skills Council (FSSC), the industry body that oversees competency development for financial institutions in the UK, and several global financial institutions have adopted the iRSQ programme as a central element of their professional development processes.
The website, developed by the Financial Services Skills Council, which provides strategic leadership for education, training and skills development for the UK financial services and accountancy industries, offers a one-stop shop for people seeking careers information on the financial services and accountancy industries.
LONDON, August 8 /PRNewswire/ -- The Financial Services Skills Council (FSSC) has awarded its Accreditation of Training Excellence for Training Providers to Absolutely Training, a leading provider of regulatory and compliance training for the financial services sector.
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The Financial Services Skills Council is working on a set of best-practice standards for those employed in compliance and money-laundering prevention.
The iRSQ certification programme has also been endorsed as the sole standard for education and skills in applied risk management by the Financial Services Skills Council (FSSC), the industry body that oversees competency development for financial institutions in the UK, and several global financial institutions have adopted the iRSQ programme as a central element of their professional development processes.