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November 14, 2002


Thomas P. Langdon

Associate Professor of Taxation, The American College

The Training and Certification Requirements for Financial Planners

A nationally recognized author and speaker, Mr. Langdon has addressed many professional organizations, including the International Association for Financial Planning, The National Association of Health Underwriters, and numerous CPA Societies and Bar Associations. He is also an attorney admitted to the bar in Connecticut and Pennsylvania
A prolific author, Mr. Langdon has written or co-authored four books, and has three more ready for imminent publication. He has written dozens of articles, and is widely quoted in the business press. He has also received various awards from the American Bar Association and the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards for articles he has written.
Prior to joining the faculty of The American College, Mr. Langdon held positions as an asset/liability manager for The Travelers Insurance Company, an adjunct professor of insurance and economics for the University of Connecticut Professional Studies program, and a student law clerk in The United States Federal District Court.
He has a bachelor’s in finance and an MBA from The University of Connecticut, and an MS in Financial Services from The American College. He also has an MML from Villanova University School of Law and a JD from Western New England College School of Law.
Mr. Langdon will help you understand the financial planning industry’s training and certification requirements.


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