The CFP Board of Standards' 2014 plans include continuing to educate the public about CFP[® professionals], completing the computerization of CFP® exams and increasing membership, CFP Board Chairman V. Raymond Ferrara, [CFP®] said today.
“It is important to have more CFP® professionals to serve the baby boomers as they ready themselves to retire,” Ferrara, who became chairman on Jan. 1, said in an interview with Financial Advisor.
The organization finished last year with 69,000 CFP certificants, up about 25 percent from five years ago. “We would like to raise that to 81,000 CFP® certificants by the end of the five-year campaign,” he said. Read more >
February 5, 2014