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Financial Planning Standards Council Introduces FPSC Cross-Country Connection

First-ever events will bring together financial planning professionals and FPSC leadership to discuss critical issues impacting the financial planning profession 

TORONTO, ON, February 21, 2017 – Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) has introduced its first FPSC Cross-Country Connection tour, which will bring together financial planning professionals with FPSC leadership in Toronto (March 29, 2017), Halifax (March 31, 2017), Calgary (April 6, 2017) and Vancouver (April 7, 2017).

Open to all financial service providers, regardless of certification status, these morning events will include:

The events will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon in all four cities. Delegates will earn 2.5 FPSC-Approved Continuing Education Credits, including one credit in FPSC’s mandatory Professional Responsibility category.

“The FPSC Cross-Country Connection was created to meet the demand from financial planners across the country who are navigating uncharted waters,” says FPSC President and CEO Cary List. “These interactive sessions will provide a unique opportunity to discuss the rapidly changing financial planning profession, assess where we are now, and consider the profession’s future as it evolves to serve the increasingly complex needs of Canadians.”

More information, tickets and branded corporate tables are available at

About Financial Planning Standards Council

As a professional standards-setting and certification body working in the public interest, FPSC’s purpose is to drive value and instill confidence in financial planning. FPSC ensures those it certifies (CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® professionals and FPSC Level 1® Certificants in Financial Planning) meet appropriate standards of competence and professionalism through rigorous requirements of education, examination, experience and ethics.More information is available at

For more information, please contact:
Caroline Horcher
Manager, Public Affairs
Financial Planning Standards Council
416.593.8587, ext. 232 or 1.800.305.9886