Hidden Hand: Marv Tuttle’s Low-Key Guidance Will Be Felt for Years
Naming Marv Tuttle as CEO of FPA was the smartest thing any financial planning association has done in the 30 years I've been covering the profession.
At the Podium, Not on a Pedestal
While women may be having a hard time gaining traction within the wirehouses, in the independent advisor world they already play prominent roles in firms,...
FPA to Close Its Atlanta Office
The Financial Planning Association has decided to shut its Atlanta office, consolidating its operations in its existing Denver office by the end of 2004, according...
Changing of the Guard
One part of the two-headed FPA leadership is movin