As the standard-setting body for CFP professionals, the CFP Board has a critical role in shaping the financial planning profession. Along with the FPA, it has laid the foundation for the past 25 years for the recognition of financial planning and it has worked admirably in enforcing the standards for CFP professionals.
An important part of its charge is regulating the more than 1,200 continuing education providers to ensure quality professional education is offered to the more than 68,000 CFP professionals across the country. FPA, and our 93 chapters, appreciate the CFP Boards role of keeping CE quality as high as possible through appropriate development and enforcement of rules and standards. It is a vital activity that is needed to keep CFP professionals well-trained for the benefit of the public.
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