Yes, there are too many red flags and possibilities for financial conflicts of interest here and the secrecy is creating suspicion and the appearance that something is being hidden. Full transparency would put an end to the speculation and increasing distrust caused by the enormous effort to conceal what should be basic information. Holding such an important and highly public office requires a degree of disclosure, especially of financial dealings, than would be expected of a private citizen. Even minimum wage jobs sometimes require a credit check. Surely the most important job in the country would require at the very least a general idea of where the top executives financial interests and debts are allocated.