A revamp of the CFP Board's Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct is long overdue, but the effort is largely missing a crucial element: input from ordinary advisors.
Having completed its public hearings, the CFP Board's Commission on Standards will likely create the most significant version of CFP standards to date. It will govern over 75,000 advisors in the U.S. who hold the mark.
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