The chairman of the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standard’s board of directors said it is expecting “double the normal attrition” as a result of an 80% fee hike to fund a national public awareness campaign.

“We are planning for the worst case scenario,” Robert Glovsky, the board’s chairman, said in an interview Friday. “We are worried that there will be fallout and we are planning accordingly.”

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