Public Comment Period for Proposed Procedural Rules Ends January 29

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Public Comment Period for Proposed Procedural Rules Ends January 29

Jan 15, 2019

CFP Board is accepting comments on proposed Procedural Rules during a public comment period that ends Tuesday, January 29, 2019. 

The proposed Procedural Rules, which were released for comment on November 27, 2018, will consolidate and replace the existing Disciplinary Rules and Procedures and Appeal Rules and Procedures.  CFP Board intends for the Procedural Rules to improve the process that governs those who are subject to CFP Board’s enforcement function.

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