The Institute reported healthy revenues of £28.2m (2005: £26.8m) with the Group net surplus rising to £2.9m (2005: £1.5m) and cashflow remaining strong with a year end balance of £13.1m (2005: £10.4m).
CII chief executive officer Dr Sandy Scott said: "I am delighted that the financial strength of the CII and Personal Finance Society (PFS) is so secure. With revenues up, and our surplus at record levels, we can now expand and deliver yet more services to our members globally.
"With the FSA's
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