CFP Board Aims to Increase Female Planners

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CFP Board Aims to Increase Female Planners

May 15, 2013

Read any number of studies, or just glance around most industry conferences and you'll see it: Women make up a noticeable minority of the financial advisory community.

The CFP Board is trying to do something about it.

The organization announced Wednesday the launch of a yearlong initiative to determine what's keeping women out of the financial profession -- and then it will recommend ways to increase their number.

"I am here to encourage more women to become CFP[®] professionals and make financial planning a career," CFP [Board] chairwoman Nancy Kistner, [CFP®,] told the Women Advisor Forum in New York on Wednesday. Read More  >


Financial Planning   
Rachel F. Elson
May 15, 2013

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