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Only 28% of Malaysian workers have a will

KUALA LUMPUR: Only two million people, or about 28% of the total seven million people that make up the working population in Malaysia, have a will, according to MWD Wills Depository Sdn Bhd.

Malaysia still lacks licensed financial planners

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia still lacks licensed financial planners who can help members of the public make the right decisions.

Malaysia still lacks licensed financial planners, says FPAM

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia still lacks licensed financial planners who can help members of the public make the right financial decisions.

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Top foreign and local stories at 4pm

Malaysians need financial planning to navigate turbulent times

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians should have some form of financial planning to help them navigate through turbulent times and have a better quality of life, said the Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM).

Top foreign and local stories at 4pm

Top foreign and local stories at 4pm

Malaysia needs more certified financial planners

Kuala Lumpur: Financial Planning Association of Malaysia chief executive officer Linnet Lee said the association intended to increase the number of certified financial planners (CFPs) in the country via active promotions of the industry.

Hands-on training with experts training

THE FINANCIAL advisory industry in Malaysia is set to receive a boost with the launch of the first fee-for-service Financial Advisory Mentoring programme in Malaysia by Whitman Independent Advisors, with the support of the Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM) and the Malaysian Financial Planning Council (MFPC).

Hands-on training by the experts

THE financial advisory industry in Malaysia is set to receive a boost with the launch of the first fee-for-service Financial Advisory Mentoring programme in Malaysia by Whitman Independent Advisors, with the support of the Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM) and the Malaysian Financial Planning Council (MFPC).

Fee-for-service financial advisory service summit on July 30

KUALA LUMPUR: The financial advisory industry in Malaysia is set to receive a boost with the launch of the first Fee-For-Service Financial Advisory Mentoring programme in Malaysia.