The CFP Board has been on a growth tear -- and it now says it wants to grow the number of CFPs to 81,000 by 2017.

The number of CFPs has climbed by 25% to 69,000 since 2007, when Keller became CEO. To meet the new growth target, which is part of a multi-year strategic plan, it will need to stay roughly on pace, expanding fee-paying CFPs by another 17%.

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