Each Thursday morning during the month of October FPA NEO will be hosting a webinar as part of the Symposium Series 2020! We hope you will join us for all or some of the sessions! This week will feature Dan Candura with an ethics presentation and additional hour of ethics for those who need it.
Speaker: Daniel Candura
Topic 1 (9:00-10:45am): “CFP Ethics: New Standards for a Fiduciary World”
About topic 1: The CFP Board’s new Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct, which guides the work of CFP® professionals, took effect on October 1, 2019 and is now enforceable by CFP Board. The new Standards add greater rigor to the CFP certification requirements, enhancing the value you bring to your clients. Using polls, videos, and case studies, a subject-matter expert will help you:
- Identify the structure and content of the revised code and standards, and grasp the significant changes
- Act in accordance with the CFP Board’s fiduciary duty
- Apply the standards in your financial planning practice
- Recognize situations when speciﬁc information must be provided to a client
- Recognize and avoid, or fully disclose and manage Material Conﬂicts of Interest
Topic 2 (11:00am-12:00pm): “Insurance Producers & Fiduciary Duty”
About topic 2: The course will use case studies and interactive polling to help participants understand how CFP Board’s Requirement to act as a fiduciary whenever offering advice aligns with their duties as insurance producers. The course is intended for producers who are also CFP® Professionals.
About the speaker: Daniel Candura is the founder of Candura Group, which provides ethics training in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Australia through in-person courses and webinars. Previously he was president of PennyTree Advisers, where he provided personal financial planning for consumers and litigation support for attorneys. He holds the title of CFP BOARD EMERITUSTM. Mr. Candura taught financial, insurance, and retirement planning at the Sawyer School of Business at Suffolk University. He appeared in the PBS documentary “Retirement Revolution.” He has been profiled in The Journal of Financial Planning and quoted in numerous publications. He wrote a monthly column for Investment News concerning ethical issues for advisors. He served on the Board of Directors of The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards and is a former chairman of the Board of Professional Review. Mr. Candura served as a CFP® Ambassador for the Boston area and a FINRA arbitrator. He is a member of the Financial Planning Association, and a retired NAPFA registered financial planner.
Up to 3 hours Continuing Education – FPA NEO will request 2 hours of ethics credit (for topic 1) from the CFP® Board of Standards for CFP® designation holders and 3 hours of ethics credit (for topics 1 and 2) from the Ohio Department of Insurance. A general certificate of completion and one for CPA designees who feel the program satisfies their continuing education requirements will also be available. You must be attentive on the webinar for at least 150 minutes of programming to receive credit. There will be periodic questions throughout to confirm attentiveness.
Reservation Policy – All attendees must register in advance to ensure there is time to receive appropriate webinar login credentials.
|Ethics only (October 22)
|Individual course (not ethics)
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