|Name / Company
||CFP® Certification Status
in Last 10 Years
Marshall Garrett, CFP®
Zimmerman Wealth Management
About CFP Board’s Disciplinary Process
Ethical conduct is a central requirement of the CFP® certification, and CFP Board actively enforces its ethical standards. All individuals who hold the CFP® certification agree to abide by the rigorous ethics and practice standards contained in CFP Board’s Standards of Professional Conduct (Standards). In situations where CFP Board learns that a CFP® professional’s conduct may be in violation of the Standards, it conducts an investigation following the process outlined in CFP Board’s Disciplinary Rules and Procedures.
The Disciplinary and Ethics Commission (formerly known as the Board of Professional Review) is responsible for interpreting and applying CFP Board's Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Rules of Conduct and Financial Planning Practice Standards to specific fact situations involving professionals and imposing, where necessary, the appropriate discipline. The Commission may impose several types of discipline, up to the permanent revocation of an individual’s right to use the CFP® certification marks.
Individuals who are listed above with indication of a CFP Board public disciplinary history have received a public discipline – either a public letter of admonition, suspension of CFP® certification, or permanent revocation of CFP® certification. Individuals may also be disciplined privately with a cautionary letter or private censure; a private discipline is confidential and not available to the public through this search function or other means.