LD Lowe Wealth Advisory is pleased to announce that Lloyd D Lowe Sr, Cinda Lowe and Molly McCarthy have earned the NAIFA Life and Annuity Certified Professional (LACP) certification.

According to the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA), the LACP certification “serves consumers by recognizing financial professionals with a mark of distinction for their product knowledge, consultative sales process and compliance to ethical, legal, and regulatory requirements.”

NAIFA further states on its website that LACP practitioners are held to a standard of excellence that defines and differentiates them from their peers and to the clients they serve.

“Our company culture has always been based on providing superior care for our clients,” said Lloyd D Lowe Sr, chief investment advisor of LD Lowe Wealth Advisory. “By keeping our skills sharp and obtaining recognition from quality organizations such as NAIFA, we believe we provide a superior level of advice for our clients, aimed at their best interest.”

To become eligible for the certification exam, candidates must satisfy four specific qualifying criteria:

  1. Licensure as a life insurance agent in the jurisdiction(s) of practice;
  2. Attestation of compliance with the NAIFA Code of Ethics;
  3. Three years (equivalent to 6,000 hours) of full-time experience as an active life insurance agent; and
  4. A bachelor’s or higher degree granted by a college or university that is accredited by an entity approved by the United States Department of Education, or the equivalent.

To attain the LACP, candidates must pass a rigorous examination or demonstrate significant tenure and achievement within the profession.

About LD Lowe Wealth Advisory

LD Lowe Wealth Advisory serves the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area and has been partnering with clients to help fulfill their dreams for more than 20 years. For more information, please visit www.ldloweplan.com. LD Lowe Wealth Advisory is a SEC Registered Investment Advisor. Registration does not imply any certain level of skill or training. LD Lowe encourages investors to review the training, tenure and track record of a potential advisor.

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