CFP Board Touts ‘Amazing’ Boost in Brand Recognition
Annual $10 million in advertising paying off, says CEO Kevin Keller, with awareness of the mark among Board's target demographics now matching that of CPAs.
What Fiduciary Advocates Can Learn From SCOTUS Ruling on Gay Marriage
Extensive discussion, and personalization, of a once taboo topic moved public opinion before the Supreme Court ruling.
New Hire Roundup: Curian Capital Names Czaicki CIO
Also, the SEC brought in Stephanie Avakian as deputy director of enforcement.
At FPA San Diego, CFP Board Says 'Choice' Argument Against Fiduciary Standard Is ‘Baloney’
Board leadership says SEC should move forward with uniform fiduciary standard rulemaking; will expand public awareness campaign from print to NPR.
What’s a Donor to Do When Nonprofits Do Wrong?
What recourse do donors have when they think a recipient organization has gone off the rails? Many ways exist for a donor to control a gift, according to David Leibell, a partner at the law firm Wiggin and Dana.
Life Insurers Under Fire
At the end of July, in the midst of one of the most financially troubled summers in recent memory, headlines at Bloomberg blazed with charges that insurance companies were profiting from the deaths of servicemen.
What's your profile?
According to National Public Radio, social networking Web sites are among the fastest growing trends online. The number of users sharing personal profiles on Facebook...
Airing It Out
Harmonica in hand, outspoken planner John Henry Mc