Denver (Sept. 18, 2002) -- The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards and a joint committee of the International CFP Council, an international assembly of financial planning bodies, have named nine people to serve on the inaugural board of a proposed new international entity that will administer the CFP certification program worldwide.

The four international directors are Raymond Griffin, CFP (Australia), chair-elect, International CFP Council and past-chair, Financial Planning Association of Australia; John S. Carpenter, past-chair, Financial Planners Standards Council, Canada; Nicolas R.A. Koechlin, CFP (Switzerland), CEO, Swiss Financial Planners Organization; and Ian A. Middleton, CFP (South Africa), president, Financial Planning Institute of South Africa.

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