FPA Drops Plan to Merge Into Single Legal Entity
April 16, 2019 by Emily Zulz
The Financial Planning Association released the second iteration of its OneFPA Network plan — and the most notable change is that merging into a single legal entity is now “off the table.”
Announced November 2018, the OneFPA Network is an organizational vision to completely restructure the entire association to better align and integrate FPA at all levels.
The goal is for FPA to deliver an elevated member experience, empower the association’s more than 2,000 volunteer leaders, and realize its strategic priorities more effectively.
“We want to make sure that FPA remains a viable strong relevant and impactful organization — not only for current members but for future members as well,” 2019 FPA President Evelyn Zohlen told reporters during a preview of the new plan. “What we’re going to do to accomplish that is we’re going to do a better job of uniting FPA and its communities to greater alignment and integration. We’re still firm believers that’s the way to go.”