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FPSC in the News

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Click on the publication titles below for recent media coverage of FPSC and financial planning.

June 2017

How to avoid being a victim of identity theft: Consumer advocate

If you shop online, download apps or use the same password for multiple websites, you’re at a higher risk.

CBC News
June 2017

The case for a global profession

The financial services sector is going through unprecedented change and disruption that will have a profound impact on the nature of what a future “financial advisor” or “financial planner” will look like.

Investment Executive
June 2017

Preventing child identity theft

How to protect yourself and your children.

Global News Morning (Saskatoon)
June 2017

How to protect yourself from identity theft

Inform yourself to protect your family.

CTV Morning Live (Saskatoon)
June 2017

Child fraud protection

3 ways to protect your kids.

CTV Morning Live (Calgary)
June 2017

Five ways you’re sabotaging your wallet

Are you your own worst enemy when it comes to your finances?

CJAD 800 AM (Montreal)
June 2017

How to ensure your children are not targets of identity theft

How to protect yourself and your children.

Global News Morning Calgary
June 2017

Why Canada could be headed for an advisor shortage

FPSC President and CEO Cary list explains why he expects fewer people to enter the financial planning profession.

Wealth Professional
May 2017

PlanPlus names Canadian winners of financial planning awards

FPSC congratulates CFP professionals Paul Tyers, Jason Pereira and Mark LeClaire, the winners of this prestigious competition.

Investment Executive
May 2017

Financial planners must be ready for “perfect storm” of regulation and technology

Planners need to prepare for a deluge of changes, FPSC President and CEO Cary List told CIFPs conference delegates.

Investment Executive
May 2017

How to protect your finances

Ensuring you and your children don’t become targets of identity theft.

CTV Noon News (Edmonton)
May 2017

5 ways people sabotage their finances

When it comes to your money, are you sabotaging yourself? Listen starting at 30:08.

1310 News (Ottawa)
May 2017

How to protect yourself from identity theft

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre received more than 9,000 complaints of identity fraud last year. Kelley Keehn has some tips on how to protect yourself.

Global News Morning (Edmonton)
May 2017

Protecting your child’s identity from theft

Have a plan in place to protect yourself and your kids.

CBC Radio
May 2017

Avoiding conflicts of interest starts with clear documentation

“The buck stops with you,” Damienne Lebrun-Reid, FPSC’s Director of Standards and Enforcement, told planners at the FPSC Cross-Country Connection Ethics Breakfast.

From The Insurance & Investment Journal
May 2017

Kelley Keehn on identity theft and fraud

How to ensure your children don’t become targets.

CTV Morning Live (Edmonton):
May 2017

Today’s featured financial tool

Looking for a financial planner to help you manage your money? Here’s a video of 10 questions to ask so that you get the services you need.

The Globe and Mail
May 2017

The 30-day anti-budget

An exercise in awareness and behavioural change. Listen starting at 53:48.

680 CJOB (Winnipeg)
May 2017

Spring cleaning your finances

What to toss, what to keep and what to get. Listen starting at 56:20.

680 CJOB (Winnipeg)
May 2017

Cleaning up your financial clutter

How to keep clutter at bay―and stay organized in the future.

Daytime Ottawa