CFP® Board Updates
On May 29, 2020, the CFP Board announced the adoption of new Procedural Rules for the enforcement of the ethical and practical standards for CFP® Professionals. These new procedural rules become effective on June 30, 2020, when the CFP Board begins enforcement of the new Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct (Code and Standards).
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Some of the important updates include:
- Clarifying who may review confidential information
- Requiring the CFP Board provide periodic updates to individuals who file a complaint against a CFP® Professional
- Placing a time limitation on when CFP Board staff may issue a Notice of Investigation, which ordinarily will be seven years after the alleged violation, subject to certain exceptions, and placing a limit on when CFP Board staff may issue a complaint after commencing an investigation.
A redline version of the new Procedural Rules can be found at the link below, for those who would like to both view the final rules and the changes.