Northwestern Mutual Gifts $1 Million for Financial Planning

Northwestern Mutual is gifting $1 million to the CFP Board Center for Financial Planning to help develop more financial planners.

By Rethinking65

Northwestern Mutual is gifting $1 million to the CFP Board Center for Financial Planning to help develop a stronger pipeline of financial planners.

Among the center’s primary goals, which Northwestern Mutual supports, are to cultivate a quality workforce for financial planning firms, to foster a more diverse group of planners, and to elevate the discipline by supporting financial planning faculty and education programs.

Northwestern Mutual is a founding sponsor of the center. The company has $308.8 billion in total assets, $31.1 billion in revenues, and $2 trillion worth of life insurance protection in force.

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