CFP – Certified Financial Planner Certification Programme Overview

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The CFP – CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER CERTIFICATION is recognized globally as the highest standard in personal financial planning with more than 170,000 CFP – Certified Financial Planner professionals worldwide.

CFP course fee is HRDF claimable

To become a CFP – Certified Financial Planner , candidates are required to pursue the 4-module CFP course which takes 1.5 to 2 years to complete at a cost of about RM8000. Entry requirement is a bachelor degree, however, candidates without a degree but have many years of relevant work experience can go through the Prior Learning Recognition Assessment (PLRA) route to gain entry to the CFP – CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER certification programme.


What is a Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®)?

Financial planners help their clients, generally, individuals or business owners, reach their financial goals. To remain current with the latest investment strategies and products, financial planners must be serious about ongoing professional education.

Creating a Financial Plan
Financial planning establishes both personal and financial goals for a client. The process is a continuous one and requires taking stock of all a person’s existing resources, developing a plan to utilize them, and then systematically implementing the plan to achieve your short- and long-term goals.

A comprehensive financial plan is often composed of a number of financial assets in a person’s life, including:

  • Estate Planning
  • Retirement Planning
  • Investment Management
  • Tax Planning
  • Employee Benefits
  • Insurance

Financial planning is a dynamic process. Financial goals may evolve over the years due to shifts in a client’s lifestyle or circumstances. That’s why a financial plan must be monitored and reviewed periodically so necessary adjustments can be made.


CFP – Certified Financial Planner Certification – Who is This for?

The CFP – Certified Financial Planner qualification is popular among these 3 groups:-
1. Professionals offering financial services related to financial planning

2. College students and fresh graduates seeking to pursue relevant and significant professional courses that can offer an edge over thousands and lakhs of aspirants

3. Adults seeking mid-career change or post-retirement career.

4. Adults who just want to acquire knowledge and skills in personal financial planning but have no intention to become a CFP.


Professionals who offer services related to financial planning:-

Accountants, Bankers, Unit Trust Consultant, Financial Planners, Estate Planners,
Insurance Advisors, Investment Advisors, Solicitors, Stockbrokers, Real Estate Broker

CFP - Certified Financial Planner - Career Options

Commission-based financial advisors do take note:-

Prepare for the future should a fee-based environment become imminent due to regulatory changes and consumer awareness. Taking up the CFP certification programme will help strengthen your skills in need-based selling, and have lifetime clients as well as income sustainability.


The Benefits of CFP Certification

Only those who have met the rigorous requirements to earn the CFP designation can claim the title of a Certified Financial Planner.

CFP professionals are held to strict ethical standards to ensure their recommendations are always in the clients’ best interest. They are required to also have years of experience delivering financial planning services to clients and pass the CFP Exam.

Being a CFP holder can rapidly advance your career in financial planning and generate more income. That’s because high net-worth clients actively seek out of CFP professionals and they often bring with them larger portfolios of assets.


How to Become a Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®)?

Administered by the Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM) the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation is the gold standard of the industry, it is globally recognised and locally applicable and demonstrates a financial planner’s commitment to education, professionalism and client-centered planning.

Candidates desiring to become a CFP professional must pursue a 4-module CFP programme with an approved CFP education provider, and take extensive examinations in the areas of financial planning, tax planning, insurance planning, investment planning, estate planning and retirement planning, as well as meet a range of requirements.


KMDC – An Approved Education Provider of CFP

KMDC is an approved and the largest education provider for CFP – Certified Financial Planner education programme in Malaysia. We have been offering CFP education since 2003. There are two learning modes: Blended Learning Mode – instructor-led face-to-face workshop with online support; and Online Learning Mode – distance learning with online support.


CFP – Certified Financial Planner Programme – What Will You Learn?

The CFP – CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER qualification is for those wishing to practice the profession of financial planning and who wish to master a certain level of theoretical knowledge and practical application of financial planning in such areas as:

General principles of financial planning

Risk management & insurance planning

Taxation planning

Investment planning

Retirement planning

Estate planning

Financial plan construction and professional responsibilities

26 Countries & Territories Recognised CFP – Certified Financial Planner Qualification

A total of 26 countries and territories recognised CFP – Certified Financial Planner professional qualification, that included USA, Canada, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Ireland, South Africa, Israel, Columbia, Brazil, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia.

As of December 2016, there are 170, 101 CFP certified practitioners worldwide and the number is growing.

In Malaysia, CFPCERT TM certification programme has becoming more and more popular. The Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM) currently has 2590 CFP certified members as of April 2017, with another 9500 of them have or currently pursuing CFPCERT TM certification programme. Majority of Malaysia’s CFPCERT TM holders are mainly from financial industry: about 24% are attached to Unit Trust companies, 20% from financial advisory industry, 14% from banks, 13% from insurance companies, with another 14% are accountants. About 5% of CFPCERT TMholders in Malaysia are from non-financial corporations.

The CFP – Certified Financial Planner certification programme is also locally recognised by Bank Negara and Securities Commission besides recognized globally in 26 countries and territories.

Bank Negara Malasyia (BNM)  has recognized the CFP – Certified Financial Planner qualification as a prerequisite for application of the Financial Adviser’s licence. (Click here for BNM’s Guidelines on Application of Financial Adviser’s Licence)

CFP – Certified Financial Planner is also recognised by Securities Commission (SC) as a prerequisite for CMSL – Capital Market Services License. (Click here for SC’s Licensing Handbook)

The recognition by Bank Negara and Securities Commission is a further testament of the standard of the CFP – Certified Financial Planner qualification and its credo of the “Highest Standard in Financial Planning”.


Recognition of CFP Certification in Malaysia

Prerequisite for CMSL SC  
Module 1 holders able to recommend full range of financial products SC  
Eligible for Internship Program for licensed financial planners SC  
Prerequisite for FA License BNM  
Module 1 & 2 required to renew life insurance license BNM & LIAM  
Module 3 holders exempted from CUTE FiMM  
Eligible for CPD points under FIMMs’ Continuing Professional Development Programme FiMM  
Eligible for withdrawal for education purposes EPF  
Eligible for training grant under the Human Resources Development Fund HRDF  
Eligible for financing and scholarship under the Bumiputera Dealer Representatives Education Fund BDREF  
Exempted from Pre-Contract Examination for Insurance Agents (PCEIA) Part A, B & C MII  


Requirements for CMSRL (Capital Markets Services Representative’s License) & FARL (Financial Adviser Representative’s License)


Securities Commission:- CMSRL
– CFP Module 1: Foundation in Financial Planning
– CFP Module 3: Investment Planning and Retirement Planning
– CFP Module 4: Financial Plan Construction and Professional Responsibilities (familiarisation workshop only)
Bank Negara Malaysia:- FARL
– CFP Module 1: Foundation in Financial Planning
– CFP Module 2: Insurance Planning and Estate Planning
– CFP Module 3: Investment Planning and Retirement Planning

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The CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER and CFP certification marks identify what a financial planner is, establishes a standard of professional practice and creates a “mark of quality” that consumers can recognize and for which practitioners may aspire to attain.

The financial planner who uses this mark is recognized as having met the highest standards for the practice of financial planning. The Financial Planning Standard Board (FPSB) works to ensure that a well-defined six-step process used by a financial planner will place the client’s interest and needs first.

CFP – CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER professionals meet competency, ethics and professional practice standards based on an international platform of education, examination, experience and ethics/professional practice requirements (the 4Es). CFP certification standards for each country/ region have been adapted to meet domestic marketplace, regulatory and educational needs.

The Financial Planning Process of a CFP – Certified Financial Planner

The financial planning process is defined by the CFPCERT TMBoard involves the following six key steps:

· Establish and Define the Relationship with the Client

· Gathering client’s information, including goals

· Analysing and evaluating the Client’s financial status

· Developing and presenting financial planning recommendations and present them to Client

· Implementing the Client’s financial planning recommendation

· Review the Client’s situation

The 4 Es of CFP – Certified Financial Planner Certification Programme

The CFP certification programme evolves around ‘4Es’ – Education, Examination, Experience and Ethics – which are the cornerstones of the professional.


Before applying for the Certification Examination, a candidate must complete academic coverage of the financial planning curricula including :

– Foundation in Financial Planning and Tax Planning
– Insurance Planning and Estate Planning
– Investment planning and Retirement Planning
– Financial Plan Construction and Professional Responsibilities


Upon successful completion of the academic requirement, the candidate is eligible to apply for the Certification Examination. The Certification Examination is designed to assess the candidate’s ability to apply his financial planning education to financial planning situations in an integrated format, thereby protecting the consumers by assuring that the financial planner is at the appropriate level of competency required for practice.


This centres on work which involves personal financial planning-related experience. It is designed to provide the public with the assurance that the candidate understands the counseling nature of personal financial planning. The requirement is three years, performed before or after the successful completion of the Certification Examination.


Once the education, examination and work experience requirements are met, the candidate for the CFPCERT TM certification will receive a Declaration Packet which includes an ethics statement form and his licence application with a bill for the initial licence fee. The candidate for the AFPM certification will also receive a Declaration Packet on completion of the education and examination requirements.

Prior to certification, the candidates will be required to disclose past or pending litigation or agency proceedings and to acknowledge the right of FPAM to enforce its Professional Standards and Code of Ethics through due process described.

Benefits of Becoming a CFP – Certified Financial Planner

By completing globally recognised CFP certification requirements, a CFP – CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER professional demonstrates to clients and potential clients a commitment to professionalism and that he or she has met rigorous competency, ethics and professional practice standards to provide comprehensive financial planning services. The benefits of becoming a CFP – CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER including:

  • Acquire knowledge and develop expertise in retirement planning, insurance, investment, tax and estate planning.
  • Be associated with the most internationally recognized and accepted designation in financial planning.
  • Earn your credibility and respect from the public and distinguish yourself from your competitors.
  • Increase your business earning potential and add to your career growth and professional fulfillment.

CFP – CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER professionals rate compliance with relevant laws and regulations, adherence to an ethical code and acting in the best interest of clients as most important when providing financial planning advice to clients.

Your clients will have more confidence in you as they rely on the CFP – CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER marks to help them identify competent, ethical financial planners who have committed to placing their clients’ interests first.

Your employer will value you more as Financial services firms value CFP – CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER professionals for their contributions to productivity and profitability, as well as for lowering firms’ compliance risks and increasing client satisfaction.

REGULATOR     Last but not least,  the CFP – Certified Financial Planner in Malaysia is also well prepared for the future should a fee-based environment become imminent due to regulatory changes and consumer awareness.

CFP Entry Requirements, Modular Exemptions and Challenge Status

CFP – Certified Financial Planner Education Programme – Entry Requirements


Entry requirements: From 2014 onwards, the CFP minimum entry qualification is a bachelor’s degree (any discipline).

For Non-degree holders, provided that they have at least 5 years of relevant work experience, they can opt for Prior Learning Recognition Assessment (PLRA) – a multiple-choice test. Once passed, they are eligible to apply for CFP programme.  Candidates are only allowed to register for the PLRA assessment 2 times and there must be a break of 6 months between the attempts.

For University/College Students majoring in finance, banking, investment, accounting or related subjects, would be required to enrol in Module 1 and proceed to other modules as per other exam based students. After passing Module 4, students will remain as an Associate member of FPAM until attainment of the 3 years of relevant work experience. Students are required to upgrade to Certified membership within 4 years of completing Module 4 or their Bachelor degree, whichever is later.

For anyone who just want to acquire knowledge and skills in personal financial planning only, and have no intention of becoming a CFP, then minimum requirement is  SPM/GCE ‘O’ Level/High School or equivalent. You will be attending CFP workshop only and there will be no examination.


CFP – Certified Financial Planner Education Programme – Partial Exemption


FPAM recognizes that certain professional qualifications cover some of the components in financial planning. Holders of the following qualifications are granted exemption as listed below (terms and conditions apply)(X denotes exemption):

Licensed Unit Trust & Private Retirement Scheme Consultants (FIMM)x---
RFP Module 1 (degree holders)x---
MFPC Registered Financial Planners (degree holders)xx--
Chartered Financial Practioners (Namlifa)x---
MII Dip. in Financial Planningx---
Chartered Life Underwritersx---
Life Underwriters Training Council of Fellowsx---
Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investmentx---

Terms and Conditions:
1. All must have a Bachelor degree with the exception of Unit Trust & PRS Consultants; and
2. All must attend CFP Tax workshop and purchase the subject manual except RFP holders.
Unit Trust and Private Retirement Scheme Consultants (collectively known as “Consultants”) that are actively registered with Federation of Investment Managers (FIMM):-
a) The Consultant must pass Computerised Unit Trust Examination (CUTE) or Private Retirement Scheme (PRS) Examination;
b) The Consultant must have a degree OR a diploma with minimum 5 years of relevant work experience;
c) The Consultant must attend CFP Tax Workshop and purchase the subject manual;
d) The Consultants who are exempted from CUTE or PRS examination are not eligible for the CFP Module 1 exemption and they must have a Bachelor degree in order to gain entry to CFP programme. 


How to apply for CFP Partial Exemption?

Download this Application form for Partial Exemption and follow the instructions on the form, submit required documents such as your degree certificate with the completed form and send it to FPAM or KMDC.

CFP – Certified Financial Planner Education Programme – Challenge Status

Only Malaysians who possess the following qualifications or professional credentials with 3 years relevant work experience in personal finance* are eligible to apply. Exemption is for Modules 1-3 of the CFP certification. Applicants are allowed only 3 consecutive attempts under this option.


1. Qualifications:
· Professional Accountants (CA(M), CPA(M), CPA(Australia), AICPA, ACA, ACCA, ICMA and AIA)
· Chartered Secretaries (ICSA & Fellow of MACS)
· Chartered Financial Consultants (ChFC)
· Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA)
· Islamic Financial Planner (IFP) – Applicants are required to attend Insurance Planning & Estate Planning workshop in addition to the Module 4 workshop.
· PhD (Business, Accounting & Economics)
· Masters (Business Administration/Finance/Economics/Accounting) from accredited universities


2. Members must have 3 years of personal finance related experience which can be in any or all the following areas: Insurance, mutual funds, securities, asset management, accounting, estate planning, banking, taxation, trusts, retirement planning and financial planning. The 3 years of relevant work experience must be within the 5 years prior to application for Challenge Status.

3. There will be three (3) consecutive examination attempts only for the challenge status commencing immediately after obtaining approval from FPAM. After the 3 attempts or non-attempts, they must enroll for the normal CFP certification examinations.


How to apply for CFP Challenge Status? 

If qualified, you may apply for Challenge Status. Download this Challenge Status Application Form then submit to FPAM or  KMDC together with required documents.

CFP – Certified Financial Planner Programme – Course Fee EPF WithDrawal


CFP Programme Fee

CFP ModuleStandard PackageCorporate Package*FIMM Package**Seniors & Youth***Challenge Status****
w.e.f June 1, 2018, all course fees stated here are GST Zero rated. Fees shown here are already adjusted with 0% GST.
Module 1
Foundation in Financial Planning
Module 2
Insurance Planning & Estate Planning
Module 3
Investment Planning & Retirement Planning
Module 4
Financial Plan Construction & Professional Responsibilities
Taxation WorkshopOptionalOptionalRM1100OptionalOptional
KMDC Application Fee
(applies to new student only)

Please note: CFP Programme Fees are without GST or SST but EXCLUDED CFP Examination Fee and Membership Fee payable to FPAM – Financial Planning Association of Malaysia,  course fee of optional modules and workshop.

*Corporate Package: for those attached to any financial institution (e.g. banks, unit trusts, insurance, financial planning, estate planning and financial service company), including full time and part time staff.

**FIMM Package: members of FIMM who passed CUTE examination are eligible for  Module 1 exemption and special  discounted rate.

*Seniors & Youth Package: for youth aged 23 and below, and seniors 51 and above, Malaysians only. Not eligible for any other promotions or discount.

Challenge Status Package: pay Standard tuition fee RM1900 for Module 4 and application fee RM300, and are not eligible to Corporate Rate, Seniors & Youth Package or any other promotions or discount.

Download CFP Challenge Status Fee Schedule Here


Question: Is there any financial aids available for studying CFP? 

Though scholarship is not available, there are 2 ways to get some funding to finance your study.

  1. EPF WithDrawal:-  if you are a EPF (Employee Provident Fund) member, then as long as you have sufficient fund in your EPF Account 2,  you will be eligible to make a request to withdraw your EPF money for the CFP course fee. Terms and Conditions apply.  (Click HERE for information about EPF Withdrawal)
  2. HRDF – if you employer contributes to HRDF – Human Resource Development Fund, you may request your company to sponsor your CFP study by claiming HRDF. (Click HERE for information about HRDF Claim)

CFP – Certified Financial Planner Education Programme – Enrolment

1.     Registration: Submit by hand or email or fax KMDC CFP Application Form to KMDC. Business office at Level 3, Admin. Block, KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie Campus, Jalan Kontraktor U1/14, Seksyen U1, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, MALAYSIA.  Fax numbers: 03-5565 0797. Tel: 03-5565 0799/0798, Email:

2.      Payments:  
We accept Cash, Credit Card, Cheque, Bank Transfer.

Please note: you only pay for the module(s) that you plan to study for the coming semester, not the whole program. Application fee is one-time only and only applies to first-timer.

a.      Credit Card: authorize KMDC to charge your credit card by filling up your credit card details on the KMDC Admission form.

b.      Deposit cheque or cash into KMDC’s RHB Bank account:

Name: KDU Management Development Centre Sdn. Bhd. 
Account No.: 212 349 000 543 53
Bank:  RHB Bank Bhd.

Once payment is made, write your name onto the bank-in slip, and then fax this slip together with KMDC CFP Application Form to KMDC, fax number: 03-5565 0797 or email: 

c.   Cash Payment or bank transfer:  please make a visit to our office and pay cash or charge credit card or make a bank transfer online and notify KMDC on your payment.

3.      FPAM’s Fees: For fees payable to FPAM, i.e. FPAM Trade membership fee and examination fee, please authorize FPAM to charge your credit card by filling up the details in FPAM Trade Member Application Form or issue cheque payable to Financial Planning Association of Malaysia. KMDC will not accept cash on FPAM’s behalf. FPAM Examination Fee can be settled at a latter stage.

Click Here for more information about How to Enrol and Make Payment.

CFP – Certified Financial Planner Certification Programme – 4 Modules, 1-2 years to complete

The CFP – Certified Financial Planner certification course consists of four (4) modules with 60 hours of classroom-based lectures per module followed by examinations. Candidates who have completed the AFPM programme (Module 1) will go through only the last three (3) modules. Shortest time frame to complete the programme is 12 months. Candidates taking the AFPM or CFP – Certified Financial Planner certification will be required to first be Trade Members of the Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM).

For each CFP module, students need to fulfill a minimum of 60 contact hours. This financial planning program is designed for working professionals, thus most classes are held during weekends.


Online Learning & Blended Learning

2 Learning Modes: Students can choose either Blended Learning Mode or Online Learning Mode:

Blended Learning – Besides face-to-face instructor-led workshop, there are online support with study manual, lecture notes, online interactive quizzes, online discussion and reference materials provided via e-learning portal. The Blended Learning mode is best suit those who stay in Klang Valley and would be able to attend face-to-face classes.

Online Learning – Students can also opt for online learning – this especially suits those not living in the Klang Valley or busy professionals that prefer a more flexible learning mode.

Complete CFPCERT TM program in 3 Stages: Unless exemption is granted,  most candidates will have to pass Module 1, then move on to Module 2 and Module 3. In Stage 2, complete both modules or either one in one semester. Module 4 is the final stage after you have passed Module 2 and Module 3.


KMDC – Education Provider of CFP Programme

KMDC provides 60 -72 hours of workshop for each CFP module. Classes are held on weekends, 9:00am till 5:00pm. For each module, candidates need to attend a total of 8-9 days of workshop.  Each module can be completed in 8-9 weeks.

Venue: There are two venues –

  1. KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie Campus, Shah Alam.
  2. KDU College Damansara Jaya  Campus (near Atria Mall, opposite SS2)
  3. Outstation and in-house classes available on demand.

Shortest Time frame to complete the program: 1-1.5 years; some will take 2 years to complete. For Challenge Status students who were exempted 3 modules, it is possible to complete in 6 months.

Intakes:  2 semesters per year, each semester there will be 1-2 intakes for each module.

1st semester usually starts in mid January or late February (1st Intake) and mid March or early April (second intake).

Second semester will start in mid July or early August (first intake) and mid September or early October (second intake). For each semester, there will be 1-2 intakes.

For CFP Timetable, click HERE.

CFP – Certified Financial Planner Education Programme – Examination

FPAM conducts two examination sittings per year: mid June and mid December. Examinations will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Baru, Kuching and Kota Kinabalu.

For CFP Module 1 to Module 3, a 3-hour examination (multiple choice questions) For CFP Module 4 examination, Paper 1 (3-hour) consists of multiple choice questions, and Paper 2 (3-hour) consists of essay questions on financial plan construction and case study.

Click here for more information about CFP Examination


CFP Examination Fee: RM300 per sitting

Charter Members: RM200 per examination sitting

Corporate Members: RM250 per examination sitting

CFP Examination Fee is payable to FPAM – Financial Planning Association of Malaysia.


FPAM Membership Fee

Trade Member:  RM50 per annum. All candidates who enrolled for CFP Module 1 course must apply to become FPAM Trade member.

Associate member: RM150 per annum. All must have passed CFP Module 1 course.

Click here for more information on FPAM membership

Course Description of CFP – Certified Financial Planner Education Programme

Module 1: Foundation in Financial Planning 

CFPCERT TM course provides a comprehensive examination of the entire financial planning process, along with an overview of the specific areas of personal income tax planning, risk management and insurance, investment planning, retirement planning, and estate planning.

Module 2: Insurance Planning & Estate Planning

This CFPCERT TM module covers various aspects of fundamental concepts in risk management and insurance, including how insurance rates are developed, what types of contracts are available, how to read insurance proposals, and how life insurance is used in financial planning. Other topics include health insurance plan and legal aspects of insurance. The second part of this module covers estate planning.

Module 3: Investments &Retirement Planning

This course explores the securities market, sources of information, risk/return, equities, stocks, bonds, derivatives, unit trusts, real estate and culminates in portfolio construction and analysis, plus Retirement planning.

Optional Module: Tax Planning

Participants in this course study Malaysian taxation for tax aspects of investments, EPF and unit trusts. The course also introduces other special tax considerations.

Module 4: Financial Plan Construction and Professional Responsibilities

This course is for students who have completed Module 1 to 3 or preparing to attempt the CFPCERT TMChallenge Status. The course introduces methods of gathering client data and teaches students how to work with clients to set goals. Students learn how to process and analyze information, construct personal financial statements, and understand a written comprehensive financial plan, including implementing, monitoring, and reviewing the plan.

Click Here for CFP course outline

Download 2019 KMDC CFP Timetable (Semester 1, March to June) HERE

Download 2019 KMDC CFP Timetable (Semester 2, July – December) HERE


CFP Timetable 2018 Semester 2 (July - November)

All CFP classes scheduled are conducted at KDU University College Glenmarie Campus, Shah Alam
Time: 09:00-17:00
Module 1
in FP
Module 2
& Estate
Module 3
Financial Plan
Module 4
Day 1Sep 23 (Sun) TVMSep 23 (Sun)
Sep 22 (Sat)
Sep 22 (Sat)Sep 30 (Sun)
Jul 28 (Sat)
Day 2Sep 29 (Sat) OverviewSep 30 (Sun)
Sep 29 (Sat)
Sep 29 (Sat)Oct 7 (Sun)
Aug 4 (Sat)
Day 3Oct 7 (Sun) EconomicsOct 7 (Sun)
Oct 6 (Sat)
Oct 6 (Sat)Oct 21 (Sun)
Aug 11 (Sat)
Day 4Oct 14 (Sun) InsuranceOct 14 (Sun)
Oct 13 (Sat)
Oct 13 (Sat)Oct 28 (Sun)
Aug 18 (Sat)
Day 5Oct 21 (Sun) TaxationOct 21 (Sun)
Oct 20 (Sat)
Oct 20 (Sat)Nov 11 (Sun)
Case Study
Aug 25 (Sat)
Day 6Oct 27 (Sat) InvestmentOct 28 (Sun)
Oct 27 (Sat)
AM: Investment
PM: Retirement
Oct 27 (Sat)Nov 17 (Sat)
Case Study
Day 7 Nov 3 (Sat) Estate & RetirementNov 4 (Sun)
Nov 3 (Sat)
Nov 3 (Sat)Nov 18 (Sun)
Case Study
Day 8Nov 25 (Sun) RevisionNov 18 (Sun)
Nov 10 (Sat)
Nov 24 (Sat)
Paper 1
Exam Revision
Day 9Jul Intake: Sep 8 (Sat) - Examination
Sep Intake: Dec 15 (Sat) - Examination
Nov 25 (Sunt)
Exam Revision
9AM: Estate
2PM: Insurance
Nov 24 (Sat)
9am: Investment
2PM: Retirement
Nov 25 (Sun)
Paper 2
Exam Revision

KMDC – the Malaysian market leader in CFP – Certified Financial Planner Education Programme

  • Good reputation: High quality education assured. We provide high quality education and continue in seeking improvement.
  • Offer 2 modes of learning: Blended Learning Mode – instructor-led workshop with online support AND Online Learning Mode for those staying outside Klang Valley with online support and live streaming lecture and recorded video and online discussion.
  • Best performer in CFPCERT TM examination: KMDC has constantly achieved over 80% total average pass rate in the past 5 years.
  • Best value: KMDC provides extra training, revision seminar, mock exam, sample exam materials and additional contact hours.
  • Best facilitators: a strong team of facilitators who are highly qualified industry practitioners.
  • Administrative support and service: KMDC is known for providing fast, hassle-free and efficient support and services to our learning community.
  • Flexibility and more choices: KMDC CFP timetable is specially tailored and designed for busy professionals, you have the choices of Saturday and or Sunday sessions, and we provide repeat and re-sit (must be within 2 years from 1st sitting) opportunities.
  • Up-to-date study manual, lecture notes, sample examination papers and reference materials are provided.

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