FPSC in the News
Some of the publications FPSC has appeared in include:
FPSC unveils new details on push to lead professional financial planning
New Professional Education Programs will help financial planners meet the needs and expectations of Canadians.
FPSC to launch new designation and education programs
Designation for associate financial planner to launch in 2020.
FPSC unveils new FP Canada details, introduces QAFP designation
Newly created division will deliver professional education programs and other tools to prospective and existing financial planners.
Cary List honoured with credentialing industry award
FPSC President and CEO Cary List recognized as an innovative leader.
All Canadians must have access to a financial planner
From Investment Executive: The majority of Canadians are missing out on the valuable insights of a professional financial planner and this significant gap needs to be addressed, says FPSC President and CEO Cary List.
Financial planning becomes critical
Firms are making a concerted effort to provide the necessary support and software advisors need, but issues remain
5 Common Financial Problems—Solved!
The bad news? Chances are, you’ll face at least one of these common financial problems in your lifetime. The good news? We’ve got expert solutions for all five!
Strengthening financial planning standards
Trust between financial planners and their clients is essential — and professional standards provide the foundation for that trust
Redefining the value of financial planning
It’s time to change the way the financial services industry talks about financial planning.
Canadians weigh in on financial stress
Canadians’ largest source of stress is financial and that should be a call to action.
PlanPlus Canada 2018 Award Winners
Congratulations to the 3 CFP professionals who took home trophies in the 2018 PlanPlus Canada Financial Planning Awards.
What are the key financial concerns on seniors’ minds?
Kelley Keehn and Credit Canada discuss seniors financial concens
Tots to Teens: Summer Job Paychecks
A teenager’s first paycheque is the perfect opportunity for parents to teach them about saving vs spending.
CTV Morning Live
The consumer debt that goes 'poof' when you die
From CBC News: Debt is a growing concern for seniors, but a professional planner can help.
Women and investing: Getting started
From BNN Bloomberg: What's holding women back from investing and financial planning? Here’s what the research shows and tips and for getting started
Seniors: Stressed about your finances?
One third of B.C. residents over age 60 are stressed about their finances. These tips can help.
CTV Morning Live Vancouver
Seniors are worried about money issues
Fears about running out of money are top of mind for seniors, new research shows. Here’s where you can turn for help.
Eight lessons from financial planners' asset-class guidelines
Key takeaways from this year’s Projection Assumption Guidelines, developed and updated annually by FPSC and IQPF.
Financial situation greatest stress for Canadians
Canadians weigh in on what makes them a bundle of nerves when it comes to personal finances.
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