Press Releases and public announcements
On October 27, 2016, the British Columbia Securities Commission (“BCSC”) published for public comment proposed amendments to MFDA Rule 1.2.5 (Misleading Business Titles Prohibited).
As the R.F.P. is the longest-standing and most stringent financial planning designation in Canada, it was important for the IAFP to submit comments on behalf of our R.F.P. members. December 2016
The Government of Ontario’s Ministry of Finance appointed an Expert Committee to review how the province might regulate financial planners and financial advisors. Here is the IAFP’s submission in response to their request for comments on a set of preliminary policy recommendations.
IAFP submits response June 2016.
A breakthrough for financial planning in Canada, the IAFP joins four other major financial planning organizations to form the Coalition for Professional Standards for Financial Planners. May 2011
A Press Release explaining why the IAFP is very concerned about the CLU Institute’s new name, how it infringes on the IAFP’s reputation, and how confusion will affect the profession and the public. November 2010
A Member Bulletin explaining why the IAFP welcomes more stringent requirements coming into force at the FPSC, how 94% of R.F.P.s remain CFPs, and what continues to set the R.F.P. apart from the CFP designation. January 2009
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