Partnering to help personal retirement advisors
Voya Investment Management and The American College of Financial Services are both dedicated to helping advisors become better equipped to have retirement income conversations with clients. As part of that goal, our organizations have partnered together to offer education and insight to help you improve your expertise as a specialist.
While many advisors are experts at wealth accumulation, there is an urgent demand for practical ways to structure effective retirement income plans. Because of the risks clients face—economic and market uncertainty, inflation, outliving available income, changes in social safety nets, and rapidly escalating healthcare costs, financial professionals need all the latest thinking and techniques to address those changing needs.
The American College of Financial Services offers a specific designation to help advisors differentiate themselves in the retirement income space. This designation, the Retirement Income Certified Professional® (RICP®) focuses on relevant and practical content that helps advisors hone their skills in the retirement income planning process.
Voya is sponsoring a unique offer in which you can preview the type of education you will be exposed to through the RICP® designation. The education and insight included in the Voya Retirement U for AdvisorsTM Investing 360 online learning module is a great pre-read and introduction to the RICP® curriculum. This background will help you determine if obtaining the RICP® designation is right for your practice.
With the help of Voya Investment Management and The American College of Financial Services, you can be well on your way to helping your clients achieve better retirement income outcomes.
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