The newly resigned chairman of the CFP Board insists he “did not commit any violation” but says he stepped aside because it is his “responsibility to put the interests of the organization ahead of my own.”

Alan Goldfarb, whose resignation was announced Friday by the board, told Financial Planning in an exclusive interview that “I did not commit any violation and I expect I will be cleared of any wrongdoing after I go through the appropriate disciplinary process that, ironically, I helped develop.

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