Early CFP® Board Leader Says Future of Certification in Jeopardy
[By Staff Reporters]
The CFP® Board’s strategy of punishing some certificate holders over compensation disclosure issues in what critics charge is an arbitrary manner threatens the future of the CFP® designation, according to one of the early leaders of the board who also chaired its disciplinary commission.
And so, we ask this question.
- CFP Board Allows Wirehouse Advisors to Call Themselves Fee-Only
- CFP Board Strips Fee-Only Listing From its Website
- CFP Board Offers Broad Amnesty to Rule-Breaking Advisors
- Lawsuit Sends Fee-Only Debate to Court
- Ex-CFP Board Disciplinary Official Says Board Punished Her Amid Lawsuit Fears
Read even more:
- CFP Board and NAPFA Split on Fee-Only Definition
- Many Wirehouse CFPs Did Not Tell Clients They Weren’t Really Fee-Only
- CFP Board May Have Spent $600,000 in Camardas Lawsuit
- CFP Board Extends Ad Campaign for Two Years
- CFP Board Lawsuit Points to Systemic Abuse by Nonprofits, Experts Say
- Judge Declares Plaintiff Planners ‘Above the Law,’ Plaintiff Planners Say
- Is the CFP Fiduciary Promise For Real?
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