The Financial Planning Standards Board Ltd. - the nonprofit umbrella organization that manages the CFP certification program outside the U.S. and its territories - is now seeking nominations from the U.S. for a three-year position on the FPSB board, with terms beginning Jan. 1, 2006.

FPSB chair Tim Kochis said that the call for nominations was spurred by the fact that three board members are leaving at the end of the year, with two of them being from the United States.

The FPSB said that it will finalize its selection of three incoming board members at the FPSB's October 22 meeting in Mumbai, India. The U.S. candidate chosen will join eight other volunteer board members, six of whom are from Australia, Canada, Japan, South Africa and the U.S., and two of whom will be chosen from among nominees from Austria, Taipei, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, South Africa and the U.K.

Nominations can be submitted to Kati Stenger, the FPSB's nominating committee coordinator, at, or faxed to (720) 917-0001.

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