Certified Financial Board of Standards announces the formation of a Public Policy Council, established to support and enhance CFP Board’s advocacy efforts. The Council will act in an advisory role, identifying and prioritizing significant public policy issues that are aligned with CFP Board’s mission to benefit the public.
“In order to fulfill our mission, we have an obligation to ensure that those involved in crafting and debating public policy understand the public benefits of CFP(R) certification,” says Kevin R. Keller, CEO of CFP Board.
The council includes those who are recognized for their knowledge in key subject areas, including public affairs, legislation, regulation, taxation, employee pension and health benefits and consumer advocacy. The council will hold its first meeting in December.