The Financial Planning Association is seeking nominations for the P. Kemp Fain, Jr. Award, which recognizes a financial planning professional who has made significant contributions in the areas of societal service, academia, government and professional activities.
According to the FPA, the recipient of the award must exemplify the FPA’s core values of integrity, competence, relationships, and stewardship. The award will be presented at FPA’s annual conference that will be held this year in Nashville from October 21-24.
The FPA asks that nominations be in the form of a one- to three-page letter describing why an individual should be considered.
Previous winners were:
2002- William Anthes of the National Endowment for Financial Education
2003- life planning advocate Dick Wagner
2004- financial planning trailblazer Alexandra Armstrong