About CFP Board

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Disciplinary and Ethics Commission

The Disciplinary and Ethics Commission is charged with the duty of reviewing and taking appropriate action with respect to alleged violations of the Code of Ethics and Rules of Conduct, alleged non-compliance with the Financial Planning Practice Standards and conduct reviewed pursuant to the Fitness Standards for Candidates and Professionals Eligible for Reinstatement.  

2014 Members

Chair
Matthew Murphy, CFP®
Murphy Capital Advisors
Glendale, AZ 

Madelyn F. Anusbigian, CFP®
Guardian
Shrewsbury, MA

Gregg Cuvin, CFP®
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
New York, NY
 
Wendy B. Hart, CFP®
Atlanta, GA

Bill Hayes, CFP®
Charles Carroll Financial Partners
Kingston, MA

Gayle Colman, CFP®
Colman Knight Advisory Group LLC
Carlisle, MA
 
Rich Vanderheiden, Esq.
Scottsdale, AZ

Craig Reaves, Esq.
Reaves Law Firm, P.C.
Kansas City, MO


Interested in contributing to CFP Board's work through service on the Disciplinary and Ethics Commission or other important advisory and working groups?  Submit a volunteer application.

Did You Know?

Among clients who work with an advisor, 87% of those working with a CFP® professional are satisfied or very satisfied, compared with 72% of those who work with an advisor without certification.
Anyone can call himself a “financial planner.” Only professionals who meet CFP Board’s rigorous standards can call themselves CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals.
The 2013 Household Financial Planning Survey shows that those with a financial plan feel more confident and report more success managing money, savings and investments than those without a plan.
Putting Your Needs First
CFP Board requires CFP® professionals to put their clients’ interests ahead of their own at all times.