The P. Kemp Fain Jr. award nominees have made significant contributions to the financial planning profession in the areas of service to society, academia, government and professional activities.
View a short video of attendees and exhibitors networking in the busy Exhibit Hall at FPA Experience 2013.
Speaking with a few students about why they want to be planners (they truly want to help people), clearly exemplified the passion and energy for this profession among this next generation.
FPA Virtual Experience is an online version of the FPA Experience 2013 live event. It will be available starting Sunday, Oct. 20 and continue to be populated with great, conference-related content for three months following the live event.
Harvard Business School professor Amy Cuddy is the closing keynote speaker, Monday, Oct. 21. She’ll tell you what you need to know about nonverbal behavior.
Congralutations to all participating student teams! This year’s winners are: First place: University of Georgia. Second place: Virginia Commonwealth University.
The long-standing tradition of the Journal of Financial Planning to provide groundbreaking research for practitioner use in real-life planning with clients began three decades ago with the foresight of Henry Montgomery and Tom Warschauer.
View a photo gallery of images from Saturday, and watch a short video clip from the opening general session.
At Sunday’s general session, FPA Experience 2013 attendees were treated to international economic insights from Tyler Cowen, who told the audience that this is the best time to invest in the history of our world. Ever.
Discuss the most pressing issues your clients face with leading industry professionals in the Meet the Pros community building breakout sessions.
FPA President Michael Branham, CFP, thanks student volunteers and inspires them to get involved in the profession and in FPA.
At the Student Networking Reception Friday night, students share thoughts on the road to Orlando, and their strategies for competing to win!
Today FPA honored leaders in the financial planning profession at FPA Experience 2013 by presenting four Heart of Financial Planning Awards to individuals, teams and organizations.
FPA MentorMatch is a great way to connect with fellow FPA Members to get advice for your own professional development or share your expertise to help others succeed.
Here is a list of the top 10 things you should to know about the Financial Planning Challenge!
Retirement researchers Finke, Blanchett, and Pfau examine historical returns to explore time diversification across countries.
Community Building Lounges are safe places for advisers to share what’s on their minds and engage fellow colleagues in discussion. Join a conversation today.
Congratulations to Douglas Nelson from Bonner Springs, Kansas! Douglas, you earned the most points yesterday to be Saturday’s winner. Just head to the FPA booth in the Exhibit Hall to claim your prize: your choice of free registration to FPA Retreat 2014 or FPA Experience 2014.
This years’ Experience Party is sponsored by Aberdeen Asset Management and offers a mix of Latin flavor and southern comfort. Whether you are looking for great food, music or dancing, you will be able to find it at this year’s celebration.
Join us for the NexGen Town Hall. NexGen is an FPA community that focuses on the next generation of CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals. We strive to provide FPA members with a network that serves to:
Discuss the most pressing issues clients face with leading industry professionals in the Meet the Pros community building breakout sessions. Here’s a look at today’s events.
Join FPA President Michael Branham as he facilitates a group discussion with international members from Australia, India, the U.K. and the Netherlands on anti-commission regulations and suitability laws.
As the new health insurance laws begin to take effect, FPA’s Member Discount Program has brought on three new programs just in time for you to visit them at FPA Experience 2013: