Rule 6.1

A certificant shall abide by the terms of all agreements with CFP Board, including, but not limited to, using the CFP® marks properly and cooperating fully with CFP Board’s trademark and  professional review operations and requirements.

Rule 6.5

A certificant shall not engage in conduct which reflects adversely on his or her integrity or fitness as a certificant, upon the CFP® marks, or upon the profession.

Rule 4.3

A certificant shall be in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements governing professional services provided to the client.

Rule 4.3

A certificant shall be in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements governing professional services provided to the client.

Rule 4.3

A certificant shall be in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements governing professional services provided to the client.

Rule 6.1

A certificant shall abide by the terms of all agreements with CFP Board, including, but not limited to, using the CFP® marks properly and cooperating fully with CFP Board’s trademark and  professional review operations and requirements.

Rule 6.2

A certificant shall meet all CFP Board requirements, including continuing education requirements, to retain the right to use the CFP® marks.

Rule 6.5

A certificant shall not engage in conduct which reflects adversely on his or her integrity or fitness as a certificant, upon the CFP® marks, or upon the profession.

Rule 4.1

A certificant shall treat prospective clients and clients fairly and provide professional services with integrity and objectivity.

Rule 3.10

A certificant shall return a client’s property to the client upon request as soon as practicable or consistent with a time frame specified in an agreement with the client.

Rule 6.5

A certificant shall not engage in conduct which reflects adversely on his or her integrity or fitness as a certificant, upon the CFP® marks, or upon the profession.

Rule 6.1

A certificant shall abide by the terms of all agreements with CFP Board, including, but not limited to, using the CFP® marks properly and cooperating fully with CFP Board’s trademark and  professional review operations and requirements.

Rule 6.2

A certificant shall meet all CFP Board requirements, including continuing education requirements, to retain the right to use the CFP® marks.

Rule 6.5

A certificant shall not engage in conduct which reflects adversely on his or her integrity or fitness as a certificant, upon the CFP® marks, or upon the profession.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part 2 - Rules: Principle of Diligence

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