Greenwood Village, Colo. (Sept. 2, 2004) -- The College for Financial Planning has unveiled a new planning designation that it says is aimed at advisers working with high-net-worth clients, bringing the number of planning designations it offers to six.

The Accredited Wealth Management Advisor designation covers 15 topics, including risk management and investment issues, income tax and executive benefit plans, and estate planning for high-net-worth clients, according to Holly Skarda, the College's senior vice president of business development.

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