FPA chair addresses member criticism
In this special edition of The ifa Show, Aleks Vickovich gives Financial Planning Association chair Neil Kendall an opportunity to respond to some of the most commonly heard member concerns around the mandatory standards regime and the FPA’s role in the new era.
In this exclusive interview, Mr Kendall discusses:
- The 10-year rule and sideline conversations with FASEA
- Debate over the ongoing value of the CFP designation
- Mark Brimble’s resignation from the FPEC chair post
- The Professional Partner Program and monetary ties to licensees
- Independence, vertical integration and the best interests duty
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