The CFP Board's release of the names of nearly 50 certified financial planners who have declared bankruptcy within the last five years is not sitting well with the planners.

"There's a lot of nuance that's not reflected in simply listing personal bankruptcy," says Mark Witaschek, senior vice president of McLean Asset Management in McLean, Va., and one of the planners cited in the board's most recent bankruptcy list.

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