MEMBERSHIP IN THE SOCIETY OF FINANCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONALS: FAQ
What is the Society of Financial Service Professionals?
- Premier association in the industry—thought leaders and industry experts belong to FSP
- The only community of multidisciplinary professionals—you can build a strong team of advisors to help serve clients better
- World-class resources in your own back yard—local and national networking and education opportunities
Who are the members of FSP?
- Accomplished, credentialed financial advisors, attorneys, CPAs, insurance experts, and other professionals—immediate opportunities for collaboration and referrals
Why belong to FSP when other associations charge less but offer networking and educational opportunities, too?
- Networking with peers (of the same designation or discipline) doesn’t offer the same opportunities for referrals as does a multidisciplinary community like FSP
- Broader range of educational offerings enhances your own expertise and fosters cross-pollination of ideas
- Special membership rates apply to those meeting the criteria for Young Professionals (age 40 and under)—those eligible pay only 50% of the cost of national membership in FSP
- Member discount program with Bloomberg Business Week, FedEx, E&O, Office Depot, Brooks Brothers, Hotel Engine etc. Click here to see more.
What benefits does FSP offer members?
- Access to relationships across multiple disciplines
- Authoritative publications, including the highly esteemed Journal of Financial Service Professionals
- Dynamic educational opportunities with industry experts
- Timely resources and knowledge to grow practices and fuel the highest level of client service
- Opportunities to gain leadership experience at local and national levels
What is the real value of membership in FSP for me?
- Build your network—create a multidisciplinary team of experts to better serve your clients
- Build your expertise—gain free access to high-quality, in-depth education across subject areas
- Build your practice—get referrals you wouldn’t otherwise get in an organization focused on one credential