Cover; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Foreword; Preface; List of Abbreviations; 1 Professions and Professionalism; 2 The Emergence of a New Profession: Financial Planning; 3 Financial Planning Professionalism Case Studies; 4 Phenomenography; 5 Phenomenographic Analysis; 6 Conceptions of Professionalism: Australia; 7 Conceptions of Professionalism: Hong Kong; 8 Conceptions of Professionalism: United States; 9 Discussion: Similarities and Differences in Conceptions between Australia, Hong Kong and the US; 10 Conclusions, Contributions and Policy Implications; References; Index.
In Conceptions of Professionalism, the authors present the results of research into understanding what professionalism means to those individuals who are CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER professionals and how they conceive of acting professionally. Financial planning is establishing itself as a relatively new profession and an understanding of how its members experience professionalism provides insights that will help those responsible across the international financial planning community to establish accurate and meaningful professional standards for CFPs. This study gives voice to the financial pl.
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