Interactive Ethics: Ethics training that exceeds expectations

4:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Interactive Ethics uses polls, games and case studies to keep everyone involved and learning. Attendees participate in an informative and engaging session that teaches the six learning objectives required by CFP Board for ethics training in 2016 through the use of 4 case studies.

Designed and presented by Dan Candura, CFP®, Dan will:

  • Define and discuss a financial planning engagement, material elements of financial planning, and the financial planning process.

  • Analyze specific fact patterns to determine if a financial planning relationship exists.

  • Differentiate between the standards of care set forth in Rules 1.4 and 4.5 of the Rules of Conduct.

  • Apply each Practice Standard set forth in the Financial Planning Practice Standards to a hypothetical financial planning engagement.

  • Identify the information that must be disclosed to the client in writing by a CFP® professional who is engaged in a financial planning relationship or providing material elements of financial planning, and define the required information that must be disclosed to clients and prospective clients, when that information must be disclosed, and apply each disclosure requirement to specific factual situations.