CFP Board Creates Director Of Investigations Position

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CFP Board Creates Director Of Investigations Position

Mar 15, 2012

The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards today appointed Rex Staples to the newly created position of director of Investigations.

In his new position, Staples will lead a team responsible for monitoring and enforcing compliance with the CFP Board's standards of professional conduct, according to the board. The CFP Board grants and administers the CFP® certification, a designation held by 65,361 people in the U.S. .

Staples will also be charged with "ensuring that investigations of any alleged wrongdoing continue to be conducted in an expedient and consistent manner, are a fair process for all participants and are credible to the public," the CFP Board stated in a press release. Read more >

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Jim McConville
March 15, 2012

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