Financial planners across the globe are just as aware of the potential repercussions that Dodd-Frank Act implementation and other regulatory issues will have on the profession as their U.S. counterparts, the head of the Financial Planning Standards Board said during a media briefing Monday morning.

The FPSB, an outgrowth of the Washington, D.C.-based CFP Board that promotes professional, worldwide financial planning standards, is in regular contact with the International Organization of Securities Commissions, and comments on policies and papers as they relate to financial planning, said Noel Maye, chief CEO of the FPSB.

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