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International Association of Registered Financial Consultants founded in 1984, is dedicated to educate, support and advance the professionalism of financial advisors who are helping people spend, save, insure, invest and plan for the future. Benefits at a Glance
As a professional credentialing organization, the IARFC takes a somewhat different view than some of the other groups in the financial services field. If a financial advisor has already completed an educational program that included examinations (as most do), we do not require an additional test or exam fee.
We consider Continuing Professional Education to be a critical component enabling the financial advisor to properly serve the client. No matter how diligent a student might have been, that knowledge is soon outdated by legislation, regulation and a fast-paced economy. Thus, we require 40 hours of continuing education yearly.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact the IARFC at 800.532.9060 or e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The value of your RFC® designation continues to grow with the increasing members of highly qualified advisors using and displaying the designation. You can leverage this growth for your benefit.
The Registered Financial Consultant (RFC) designation is a certification awarded by the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC), a non-profit professional organization. To be eligible, financial practitioners must possess a baccalaureate or graduate degree in financial planning services or hold one of the following professional degrees or designation: AAMS, CFA, CFP, ChFC, CLU, CPA, EA, JD. Alternatively, a candidate may complete a CFP-equivalent course at an accredited institution or an IARFC approved curriculum and passed a written examination. Each applicant must have at least four years of professional experience in the field of financial planning or financial services, meet local licensing requirements, and adhere to the RFC Code of Ethics. The RFC designation requires 40 hours of Continuing Education every year, including two hours of business ethics every two years.
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