Financial Planning Standards Board (FPSB)
Founded 1990, as International CFP Council. Current name adopted Oct 2004. Incorporated in the State of Delaware (USA).
Advance the profession of personal financial planning; protect financial planning consumers; foster professionalism in financial planning through ongoing development and enforcement of relevant international competency and ethics standards; promote greater global recognition of CFP certification and its related marks as the international hallmarks of financial planning professionals.
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Board of Directors; FPSB Council (Advisory Council). Committees (4): Audit; Compensation; Nominations; ISC Task Force. Subcommittees; Task Forces; Headquarters in Denver CO (USA).
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