The new chairman of the CFP Board’s disciplinary and ethics commission is an investment advisor with a background in regulation and asset management.

Matt Murphy, who has assumed the panel's chairmanship for 2014, in an expected move, is the founder and president of Murphy Capital Advisors, an independent financial planning and investment advisory firm in Goodyear, Ariz. His 20-year career also includes experience as a regulator in the commodities and futures industry, however, as well as work in asset management for a large institutional asset manager located in Chicago, according to a board release. Murphy did not return calls requesting comment on his new role.

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