Industry Veteran Robert Clark Has Become Financial Planning's Latest Editorial Addition

Apr 17, 2001, 01:00 ET from Financial Planning

    NEW YORK, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Former editor-in-chief and publisher of
 MorningstarAdvisor.com, Bob Clark, has joined Financial Planning magazine as
 its newest editor-at-large.  Clark will join John Bowen, independent financial
 advisor pioneer, becoming Financial Planning's second editor-at-large.
     "Few people know the financial planning industry as well as Bob Clark,"
 said Thomas Johnson, Financial Planning's editor-in-chief.  "He knows all the
 movers and shakers, the issues and trends, because he's been covering this
 industry for a long time.  He's a highly regarded writer, publisher and
 speaker, and I am thrilled that he is now a part of the Financial Planning
 family."
     "Financial planners depend on information to run their practices better,
 to serve their clients better," Clark said.  "It's a great time to be in the
 publishing business."
     In addition to sharing his years of experience and insight with the
 magazine, Clark will write a monthly column covering financial planning trends
 and four feature articles each year.  He will also represent the magazine at
 industry conferences and trade shows.
 
     Financial Planning magazine has been the leading publication for
 independent financial advisers and money managers for over 30 years.  The
 magazine covers the people, places and events of interest to financial
 planning professionals.  It reaches over 100,000 financial planners,
 registered investment advisors, CPAs and insurance professionals.
 
 

SOURCE Financial Planning
    NEW YORK, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Former editor-in-chief and publisher of
 MorningstarAdvisor.com, Bob Clark, has joined Financial Planning magazine as
 its newest editor-at-large.  Clark will join John Bowen, independent financial
 advisor pioneer, becoming Financial Planning's second editor-at-large.
     "Few people know the financial planning industry as well as Bob Clark,"
 said Thomas Johnson, Financial Planning's editor-in-chief.  "He knows all the
 movers and shakers, the issues and trends, because he's been covering this
 industry for a long time.  He's a highly regarded writer, publisher and
 speaker, and I am thrilled that he is now a part of the Financial Planning
 family."
     "Financial planners depend on information to run their practices better,
 to serve their clients better," Clark said.  "It's a great time to be in the
 publishing business."
     In addition to sharing his years of experience and insight with the
 magazine, Clark will write a monthly column covering financial planning trends
 and four feature articles each year.  He will also represent the magazine at
 industry conferences and trade shows.
 
     Financial Planning magazine has been the leading publication for
 independent financial advisers and money managers for over 30 years.  The
 magazine covers the people, places and events of interest to financial
 planning professionals.  It reaches over 100,000 financial planners,
 registered investment advisors, CPAs and insurance professionals.
 
 SOURCE  Financial Planning