No. By no means does any advisor designation guarantee competency. Nor does it ensure the firm at which the advisor works is fiduciary.
It’s good to see that an advisor or especially, a financial planner has passed their exams, but don’t assume it means more than just that.Do not let this credential give you a false sense of security about the advisor or his firm.
Watch my interview about fiduciary fee-only financial advisors.
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