One-in-five Canadians with debt say they will need to liquidate assets (e.g. cash in their RRSPs, get a second mortgage, sell a vehicle, etc.) to help pay off (or pay down) their debt in 2019.
Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) has announced the members of the esteemed President's List for the November 2018 sitting of the CFP® examination. The President’s List recognizes candidates who achieved the highest marks out of hundreds of exam writers from across Canada.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, Canadians have chimed in with their stories of financial infidelity in a social media contest conducted by Credit Canada.
Cary List, President and CEO of Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC), is pleased to announce the appointment of Ralph Vizl as Chief Strategy Officer for FP Canada™ and Head of the FP Canada Institute™ (the Institute).
Two thirds of Canadians enter 2019 worried about their financial fortunes according to a recent economic poll. The Kitchen Table Forecast, a Leger poll of 1,515 Canadians was conducted for non-profit organizations Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) and Credit Canada.
Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) has released results for the November sitting of the FPSC Level 1 Examination in Financial Planning and the CFP examination. More than 1100 candidates wrote the exams, which are required steps along the path to obtaining FPSC Level 1 Certification in Financial Planning or CFP certification.
Results are now available for the November 2018 sitting of the CFP Examination, which took place at 46 testing centres across Canada on November 30, 2018.
Results are now available for the November 2018 sitting of the FPSC Level 1 Examination in Financial Planning, which took place at 43 testing centres across Canada on November 29, 2018.
The revised Standards of Professional Responsibility will come into force on January 1, 2019 and govern the conduct of CFP professionals and FPSC Level 1 Certificants in Financial Planning from January 1, 2019 onward.
Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) today unveiled new details about FP Canada—a national professional body dedicated to advancing professional financial planning.
FPSC is pleased to announce that Dawn Hawley, CFP®, has been awarded the Donald J. Johnston Lifetime Achievement Award in Financial Planning.
Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) is pleased to see the Ontario government’s commitment to ensure consumer confidence in financial planners in today’s 2018 Fall Economic Statement.
Cary List, President and CEO of Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC), has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence’s (ICE) Credentialing Industry Leadership Award.
Financial Planning Week 2018 takes place across Canada from November 18-24, 2018. An integral part of Financial Literacy Month in Canada, Financial Planning Week is dedicated to raising awareness of the importance and benefits of financial planning, and of working with a certified professional. Established by Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) in 2009, Financial Planning Week is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.
The FPSC Cross-Country Checkup, a Leger poll of 1,527 Canadians, was conducted in advance of Financial Literacy Month and in particular Canada’s 10th annual Financial Planning Week (taking place between November 18-24).
Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) has announced the members of the esteemed President's List for the June 2018 sitting of the CFP examination.
Delivered on September 27, 2018 at IQPF’s Annual Congress in Charlevoix, Quebec.
IQPF will become a Proud Partner of FP Canada™ to advance professional financial planning for the benefit of all Canadians from coast to coast.
The Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) Board of Directors announced a renaming and rebranding of the organization, and an expansion of its scope, to more effectively position the organization in leading the direction of the financial planning profession in Canada. .