The once underrespected CFP gets a lift after Merrill Lynch and now NAPFA make it central for newbies
Still, CFP certificants shoot down the idea of making the CEO credits requirements even harder, and fiduciary concerns linger
Business model neutrality is not conducive to fiduciary standing. The CFP constituency is so diverse as to not lend itself to a high standard that would alienate its membership. There is no equivalency between a suitability standard and a fiduciary standard just as there is no equivalency between a broker and an advisor. It is like saying an accountant is equivalent to a CPA.
Fiduciary standing essentially renders all designations obsolete, as any unique intellectual capital on trust or estate planning or portfolio construction, or work flow management or conflict m,anagement are inherent in best practices.
Biz Briefs: AdvicePay waives key hiring requirement to land its next CEO • ESG firms may get OK in Oklahoma • eMoney adds new chiefs • CFP Board names new chair-elect • Robinhood cuts more staff
Alan Moore replaces himself with another guy with two respectable titles • eMoney promotes two • Moisand's third in line now known • Robinhood sacks 173 in year-to-date.
July 26, 2023 at 2:34 AM
Biz Briefs: Vanguard's tax-loss harvest yields a caveat• Vermont green with envy ... of red states? • CFP Board spends $12 million on bungee metaphor • BlackRock isn't neutral on Credit Suisse • Women are the Goliath of 'David' in UK finance
Tax-loss harvest gains may have some home assembly required, says Jeff DeMaso • Adrian Johnstone is now in the driving seat at Practifi • CFP Board spending just topped $150 million • and Vermont shares some Texas thinking on ESG investing.
March 25, 2023 at 1:32 AM
The CFP Board's RIA faction sees the 100,000-member mark looming and hits back at brokerwashing; Dan Moisand is tasked with forming new division largely aimed at abusive brokers and other charlatans
Moisand, an RIA owner who has been named the new board chairman, will seek to quell an RIA uprising without losing a giant revenue source -- FINRA brokers who come with implicit 'suitability' issues
March 7, 2023 at 12:24 AM
Infamous stockbroker resolves civil suit stemming from violent tirade -- the apparent final chapter in an incident that went viral and forever branded him the 'Fairfield Smoothie Guy'
Broker Jim Iannazzo went all out with high-powered attorneys and slick Las Vegas crisis pr team to limit the damage from his actions, but whether he can ever live down the incident remains to be seen.
September 1, 2022 at 5:11 AM
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