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Thrivent's Zutz earns CFP certification

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans financial representative Allen Zutz of Bemidji recently earned the Certified Financial Planner certification granted by the CFP Board of Standards in Denver. He also is authorized to use the mark CFP in accordance...

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans financial representative Allen Zutz of Bemidji recently earned the Certified Financial Planner certification granted by the CFP Board of Standards in Denver. He also is authorized to use the mark CFP in accordance with CFP board certification and license renewal requirements.

Zutz is a registered representative of Thrivent Investment Management Inc., a subsidiary of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, a Fortune 500 financial services membership organization. Zutz serves Lutherans and their family members in the Bemidji area by providing financial guidance and solutions to help them achieve their financial goals.

The CFP certification identifies individuals who have met the experience and ethical requirements of the CFP board and have successfully completed coursework on the financial services industry. CFP® professionals also must agree to meet ongoing continuing education requirements and to uphold the CFP Board Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility.

The CFP Board is a nonprofit professional regulatory organization established in 1985 to benefit and protect the public by maintaining and enforcing high standards of ethical professional conduct among its licensees.

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is a not-for-profit, Fortune 500 financial services membership organization helping approximately 2.5 million members achieve financial security and give back to their communities.

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