CFP Board issues ethical guides for planners

The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards has released three new guides to help certified financial planners uphold professional ethics in their practices. The guides cover topics such as satisfying the duty of care when providing financial advice, the seven-step financial planning process and managing material conflicts of interest.

Each guide breaks down specific elements of the group’s Code and Standards and how a CFP can meet their duties. The three are: The Guide to Satisfying the Duty of Care When Providing Financial Advice That Does Not Require Financial Planning; the Guide to the 7-Step Financial Planning Process: A Case Study Illustration for Solo Practitioners; the Guide to Managing Material Conflicts of Interest.

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