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KUALA LUMPUR, April 6 (Bernama) -- The Malaysian Financial Planning Council (MFPC), and Kenanga Investors Berhad (Kenanga Investors) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) in respect of Kenanga Investors’ goal to enhance careers of financial practitioners with financial planning qualification. The RFP will be able to provide a full analysis for a potential client and suggest possible solutions for a client to attain financial well-being.
The Registered Financial Planner (RFP) programme is a financial planning qualification programme that was introduced and launched in November 2002 by the then Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, Tan Sri Dato Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz. Ever since its inception in 2004, MFPC has worked towards developing the financial planning profession through its professional education programmes and introducing several initiatives and projects to raise the financial literacy of Malaysians from all walks of life. Subsequently, in line with the developments in the Malaysian Financial landscape, the RFP & Shariah RFP designations were approved by Bank Negara Malaysia as a professional qualification for the application of the Financial Adviser License and Financial Adviser Representative License, and by the Securities Commissions Malaysia for the application of the Capital Market Services License. The RFP & Shariah RFP programmes are also accredited by the Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA), an agency that is responsible for certifying the standards and quality of professional learning and development in the financial services industry.