The International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC®) congratulates Bradley K. Maples Sr, MRFC® on his election to the position of President of the US Chapter Board. He assumes the responsibilities immediately and will be implementing a progressive agenda for the Chapter in the near future.
Maples is an enthusiastic volunteer serving his second term on the Board. He has fulfilled the role of Treasurer for the US Chapter and has participated in the Master Registered Financial Consultant Accreditation process, serving on the MRFC Exam Item Review Committee. He will be presiding over the annual in-person meeting of the IARFC US Chapter Board at the end of April in Cincinnati, OH and throughout the year on virtual Board and Committee meetings. High priority on his Chapter agenda will be membership acquisition and a revamp of the IARFC National Financial Plan Competition.
A graduate from Brigham Young University, Maples holds a degree in Finance and International Business (co-concentrations with minors in Spanish and Portuguese). He has received two Master’s degrees – an MBA and a Masters in Management and Leadership from Western Governors University.
In addition to being an Investment Adviser Representative®, Maples holds the FINRA series 7, 63, and 65 licenses as well as insurance licenses for Life, Health, Disability, Long Term Care, Property and Casualty, Life Consultant and Variable. He is a licensed tax preparer and has the MRFC® (Master Registered Financial Consultant), RICP® (Retirement Income Certified Professional), and CFP® (Certified Financial Planner) designations. Maples is also a licensed California Real Estate Broker. With his thirty years of experience in the financial services industry, he is adept and analytical with helping clients formulate their financial and retirement plans and a highly qualified leader for guiding the Chapter into an expansion phase.
On his appointment as President, Maples commented… “I feel our Board is composed of talented and experienced professionals – all of whom are leaders in their own right. I look forward to setting out definite strategies to reach our goals for the next 12 months. This will be the main agenda when we convene in person next month in Cincinnati, OH. I appreciate that together, we will continue to serve the Mission of the IARFC admirably. I look forward to serving with the new Board as well as the staff in moving the IARFC forward and meeting our united goals and objectives.”
For more information on the IARFC US Chapter Board of Directors, visit www.iarfc.org. Questions on membership and inquiries on serving the US Chapter through volunteer roles can be directed to Vicki Caplinger, IARFC Chapter Liaison (email@example.com).