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.

The stunning developments come just weeks after Goldfarb and Keller made joint presentations at the annual FPA national conference in San Antonio and talked about the organization’s future plans, and two months after Ron Rhoades, the chairman-elect of NAPFA, stepped aside following a compliance violation at this firm. (Rhoades, who received a letter of noncompliance from Florida regulators, was not fined and won approval to continue working as an investment advisor.)

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