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Michigan Certified Financial Planners Disciplined by CFP Board-SEPTEMBER 2021 UPDATE

Michigan Certified Financial Planners Disciplined by CFP Board-SEPTEMBER 2021 UPDATE

Michigan Certified Financial Planners Disciplined by CFP Board-SEPTEMBER 2021 UPDATE 150 150 Rex Securities Law

Michigan Financial Planners Disciplined

The list below, taken from the CFP board disciplinary page of their website in SEPTEMBER 2021, is a historical record of individuals from Michigan who have been disciplined by CFP Board and does not imply that any listed discipline is currently in force. To verify an individual’s current certification status visit the CFP website here.

According to their website, the “Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Board is a non-profit organization acting in the public interest by fostering professional standards in personal financial planning through its setting and enforcement of the education, examination, experience, ethics and other requirements for CFP. ”

The CFP Board can discipline those holding the CFP title in one of three ways:

  • Public Letter of Admonition
  • Temporary Suspension of CFP certification
  • Revocation of individual’s CFP certification

The list below, taken from the CFP board disciplinary page of their website in SEPTEMBER 2021, is a historical record of individuals from Michigan who have been disciplined by CFP Board and does not imply that any listed discipline is currently in force. To verify an individual’s current certification status visit the CFP website here.

Administrative Revocations

David E. Ferwerda (Grand Rapids)
Andrew L. Schade (Lansing)

Revocations
Mark J. Carpenter (Ann Arbor)
James Currier (Bloomfield Hills)
Michael T. Fant (Plymouth)
Paul C. French, Jr. (Bangor)
Russell Jalbert (Southfield)
Robert Johnston (Birmingham)
E. David Marande (Grosse Pointe/Sterling Heights)
Brett M. Plew (Kalamazoo)
Mark W. Promack (Clinton Township)
Stanley A. Snider (Detroit)
Curtis L. Whipple (Canton)
Moses Wilson (Troy)

Permanent Relinquishment
Carl P. Kellogg (Ada)

Suspensions
Anthony Agbay (Bloomfield Hills)
Anthony N. Cook (Bloomfield Hills)
William L. Davis (Troy)
Rex D. Foster (East Lansing)
Paul C. French, Jr. (Bangor)
Kenneth M. Harb (Livonia/West Bloomfield)
Shaun Dorr Hampton (Grosse Pointe)
Steve D. Parrett (Escanaba)
Thomas G. Pilch (Northville)
Christopher T. Reid (Rochester Hills)
Dominic J. Sacca (Bloomfield Hills)
Donald J. VanderWeele (Manistee)

Interim Suspension
Mark J. Carpenter (Ann Arbor)
David C. Ferwerda (Grand Rapids)

Letters of Admonition
David Brian Altwerger (Bloomfield)
Rodney L. Clark (Tecumseh)
David Philip Globig (Spring Arbor)
John R. Hantz (Southfield)
Sean E. Mattson (South Lyon)
Harold M. Miller (Bay City)

Permanent Bar

Daniel Cadez, Jr. (New Boston)

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