The certifying body for the financial planning profession is getting some new blood at the top, including several noted advisors.
The CFP Board of Standards has elected four new directors to replace current chairman Chuck Moran, Charles Robinson, and Terry Lister.
In the process, the group is not only expanding its top-level advisory pool but shifting focus more into an entrepreneurial direction.
Joining are accountant John Connell, noted New York State planner Joe Votava, educator Eva Kampits, and Michael Greene, who runs the planning practice at Ameriprise.
All new directors will begin four-year terms in office on January 1.