Individuals credentialed by the College for Financial Planning are required to adhere to Standards of Professional Conduct. As such, you can expect the following five tenets of professional conduct to be displayed when working with a designee:
Individuals authorized to use one of the College for Financial Planning's professional designations are subject to a disciplinary process. Complaints against a designee may be filed by a designee's client, employer, or any other individual with whom the designee has established a formal business engagement for purposes of providing asset management, retirement planning, or financial planning services to that individual.
The College for Financial Planning investigates all complaints and its Ethical Conduct Committee determines whether allegations are justified and whether the conduct warrants disciplinary action.
Individuals found to have violated the Standards of Professional Conduct may be subject to public discipline. Please click here to view a list of individuals who have had a public discipline imposed by the College for Financial Planning's Ethical Conduct Committee.
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