Financial professionals who hold a certified financial planner (CFP) certification can expect to generate more revenue and enjoy higher levels of client satisfaction than their counterparts without the designation, a new study has found.

The report, commissioned by the CFP Board of Standards and conducted by the Aite Group, endeavored to quantify for the first time the effect that the certification can have on the health of an advisory practice and the quality of advice that clients receive.

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