FPSC in the News
Some of the publications FPSC has appeared in include:
A CEO Profile Featuring Cary List, FPSC
FPSC recently unveiled a new and expanded organizational structure developed under guidance of CEO Cary List, FCPA, FCA, CFP. Credentialing Insights spoke with List to learn about his professional path to this role, FPSC’s expanded offerings, and how FPSC managed this change.
Institute of Credentialing Excellence
How to renegotiate your pay and treat your career as a financial asset
FPSC Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn explains how a financial planner can help you make the most of your lifetime income.
FPSC welcomes industry veteran in new leadership roles
Ralph Vizl has been named Chief Strategy Officer for FP Canada and Head of the FP Canada Institute.
FPSC names Ralph Vizl chief strategy officer
Along with driving the strategic direction of FP Canada, Ralph Vizl will head the FP Canada Institute.
More advisors embracing financial planning
Cary List, president and CEO of FPSC, weighs in on the factors driving the rising popularity of CFP certification.
The Globe and Mail
Survey shows Canadians are worried by economic storm clouds on the horizon
A recent report suggests economic growth is slowing, and that has Canadians concerned about things like debt, the cost of living and job security.
The Hamilton Spectator
Investors should do their homework when shopping for an advisor
FPSC President and CEO Cary List highlights resources that can help you find a financial planner—and red flags to watch out for.
The Globe and Mail
Debt is causing young Canadians to lose sleep
Young Canadians are facing more uncertainty than ever. FPSC’s Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn explains how a CFP professional can help.
Yahoo Finance Canada
Atlantic Canadians stare down ‘kitchen table issues’
FPSC Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn and Credit Canada CEO Laurie Campbell offer tips to weather the 2019 economic storm.
Financial planning’s persistent rise
The adoption of financial planning among financial advisors and their firms has gained traction steadily in recent years, and this trend is expected to continue into 2019.
Number of CFP exam candidates hits record high
FPSC releases results for the November sitting of the CFP exam.
Record numbers took November CFP exam
Across the country, 563 candidates wrote the CFP exam in November.
Tackling the Financial Blues
How to get ahead of the bills and build a strong financial footing in 2019.
Here’s what keeps your clients up at night
Two in three Canadians say they worry when thinking about their prospects this year, finds a poll conducted for FPSC and Credit Canada.
4 in 10 Canadians think the economy will be worse this year
A poll from Financial Planning Standards Council and Credit Canada reveals that 42% feel things will be worse in 2019 than last year.
Canadians feeling stressed about their finances
More than a third of Canadians are concerned that an increased cost of living will put them further in debt this year, finds a poll conducted for FPSC and Credit Canada.
Beating the financial blues
FPSC Consumer Advocate Kelley Keehn explains how small steps can help you achieve financial wellness.
Why ignorance isn’t bliss when it comes to your finances
Kelley Keehn shares advice for getting financially fit in 2019.
Turbulent markets require a professional touch
Professional financial planners are uniquely positioned to help clients stay on track during periods of market volatility.
Surviving the post-holiday debt hangover
FPSC consumer advocate Kelley Keehn provides tips for getting your finances in order after the excess of the holidays.