WASHINGTON -- Worried about a shortage of qualified young advisor talent? Consider hiring younger staff, and then encouraging -- or even requiring -- junior associates to study and sit for the CFP exam and complete their experience requirements.
That was one of the takeaways from a new survey of recent graduates the CFP Board released Friday at its annual conference for registered educational programs.
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