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(Updated) What’s behind the CFP Board’s big fee increase

'Category-killer' is in the eviable position of controlling a mark that many advisors think is essential

Thursday, April 14, 2011 – 1:14 PM by Elizabeth MacBride
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Kevin Keller: We do not want to be a regulator. Our role is setting standards, and our role is most appropriate as it is.

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