At its national conference in Denver, the Financial Planning Association spent a lot of time discussing education and regulation. It is fitting, then, that its president-elect also has financial literacy leadership under his belt.

The group announced on Friday that Paul H. Auslander, CFP, as the 2011 FPA president-elect. Auslander, chairman and CEO of American Financial Advisors, will succeed FPA 2011 president Martin Kurtz, CFP, and begin serving his term on Jan. 1, 2012. Auslander is also a registered representative with Foothills Securities.

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