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Find out who we are and learn about our history in the Financial Services Industry.
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The R.F.P. designation represents the highest standard of excellence for practicing professionals in the industry.
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The R.F.P. symbolizes the highest level of competency and professionalism in the field of Financial Planning in Canada.
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Symposium 2018

September 26 - 29, 2018
Gatineau, Quebec
The IAFP Symposium has consistently provided a rare opportunity to meet truly advanced financial planners, and to study technical subjects related to financial planning at an advanced level.
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