I have no objections.
In UK many people end up being known by a different name, see the Prime ministers of Great Britain, or e.g. Planteganet Palliser became Duke of Omnium, John Buchan became LordTweedsmuir and Sandy Arbuthnot who became Lord Clanroyden or many Baronets and others who adopted a territorial designation (e.g. some Roses became Roses of Kilravock, Grants became Grants of Rothiemurchus, Nairnes became Nairnes of Drumkilbo,etc?).
Most of these people will end up with a different CLN than their LNAB.
It would be vastly easier if the full name were to be shown so we get to see prefix, first name, middle name, nickname, LNAB, CLN, and Suffix.