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CFP Board Chief Goldfarb Resigns in Disciplinary Matter
Financial Planning, On Wall Street, Bank Investment Consultant and Money Management Executive
Friday, November 2, 2012
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The chairman of the CFP Board and two members of the board’s disciplinary and ethics commission resigned amid allegations that they may have violated provisions of the board’s standards of professional conduct, the organization announced Friday.

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