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The CFP Board of Standards is making it easier for investors to spot financial advisors with a questionable past. The change came a day after The Wall Street Journal reported that the Board was not disclosing the disciplinary history of CFP practitioners on its consumer website

“We are already moving forward with a variety of measures that strengthen the enforcement program so that all Americans can have the confidence and security from working with a CFP professional,” said Kevin Keller, CEO of the CFP Board.