FPI awards: it really does start with you
The search for the FPI It Starts with Me Award
is on. Is it your life’s mission and passion to promote the financial planning profession? Do you eat, sleep and breathe the CFP® mark? Always up to date with industry news and changes? Mentoring students aspiring to be CFP® professionals and volunteering in ways that promote the profession as well as the industry? If this sounds like you or someone you know, the FPI It Starts with Me Award
is for you.?
All it takes is a 700-word article or 90 second video clip on how you, or your fellow CFP® professional in your region, do your bit.
Enter or nominate now!
More awards up for nomination…
Are you, or do you have a colleague who is, always in the news? Whether it is blogging, tweeting or being interviewed – if you or fellow colleagues are always promoting financial planning amongst consumers, the profession and FPI; including its marks; and are an FPI member in good standing, then you can acknowledge yours or their efforts for the profession and Enter or nominate them
for the FPI Media Award
All it takes to enter
is a written motivation and summary of activities published between the period 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2017.
Do you know an individual who has made life-long outstanding significant contributions to FPI? An individual who is always promoting the Institute and its marks or the financial planning profession in the areas of service to society, academia, training, government, media and other professional activities? Does this person exemplify the FPI ethics principles of client first, integrity, objectivity, fairness, professionalism, competence, confidentiality and diligence? Then you need to nominate them
for the esteemed FPI Harry Brews’ Award!
All that is needed for this nomination is your written motivation to be submitted online.
For more information on these three awards, download the awards’ guide
and/or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 011 470 6000
. Closing date for nominations or entries is Friday, 8 September 2017