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Wedbush/Hilltop Securities Broker Mark Augusta Accused of Fraud, Financial Elder Abuse

A flurry of recent customer disputes filed against Southern California broker Mark Fred Augusta, formerly of Wedbush Securities in Solana Beach and presently of Hilltop Securities in Del Mar, CA, ...
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Jonathan W. Evans & Associates Announces Filing of FINRA Arbitration Claim Against Western International Securities & Dennis Albert Mehringer, Jr.

On May 6, 2019, the Law Offices of Jonathan W. Evans & Associates filed a Statement of Claim and Demand for Arbitration against Western International Securities, Inc. and its former broker Dennis ...
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Laguna Niguel's Craig Arsenault Barred for $5.7 Million Fraud of Atlas Capital Clients

Finding that Southern California investment adviser Craig Arsenault defrauded customers while associated with Atlas Capital Management, SEC staff barred Arsenault, writing that Arsenault committed his ...
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Wedbush Pays $250k to Settle Supervision Failure Charge for SoCal Rep Timary Delorme's Pump-and-Dump Fraud

The SEC censured and ordered Wedbush Securities to pay a $250,000 penalty for failing to supervise broker Timary Delorme in Wedbush's Los Angeles office. In the twilight of her 40-year career with ...
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SEC Joins FINRA in Barring Arrested WF Broker John Schmidt over Elder Fraud

Two months after his arrest for fraud and forgery in an alleged Ponzi scheme targeting "particularly vulnerable" clients, including elderly investors and those with diminished mental ...
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Disgraced Merrill Lynch Broker Thomas Buck Sentenced to 40 Months in Prison for Securities Fraud

One year after the SEC barred ex-Merrill Lynch and RBC Capital broker Thomas Joseph Buck from the securities industry (and three years after FINRA barred him for the same), a federal judge sentenced ...
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Complaint Alleges Shopoff Securities Fraudulently Sold $12.6 Million of Promissory Notes

FINRA's Department of Enforcement alleges that William Anthony "Bill" Shopoff, Stephen Robert Shopoff, and their firm, Shopoff Securities of Irvine, California fraudulently sold nearly ...
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FINRA's 2019 Exam Priorities Feature Senior Protections, Suitability, Outside Business Activities

FINRA identified several sales practice risks and investor protection points of emphasis in its 2019 risk monitoring and examination priorities letter, building upon a 2018 decision to concentrate on ...
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SEC's Latest Los Angeles Complaint Charges 11 More in Woodbridge Ponzi Scheme

FINRA-registered brokers Alan Harold New co-owner of Synergy Investment Services and Jeffrey L Wendel, formerly of Center Street Securities and Wendel Investment Network headline a list of 11 ...
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Nicholas Radke Barred During Investigation into Unapproved Private Securities Transaction, Elder Abuse Fraud Lawsuit

FINRA barred former MML Investors Services (Irvine, CA) broker Nicholas Randolph Radke after he failed to cooperate with an investigation into allegations that he participated in a private securities ...
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San Diego "Financial Whiz of Local Airwaves" Kyle Harrington Barred After Conversion, Undisclosed Private Securities Transaction Investigations

FINRA barred former National Securities Corporation (San Diego) broker Kyle Patrick Harrington for allegedly trying to obstruct FINRA and firm investigations into allegations that he converted ...
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LPL Ex-Broker Sonya Camarco Sentenced to 20 Years for Stealing Client Funds, Fraud

The US District Court for Colorado sentenced former LPL Financial representative Sonya Delora Camarco to 20 years in prison for stealing several millions of dollars from clients between 2013 and 2017 ...
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SEC Charges Barred First Allied Broker Paul Rampoldi, Convicted of Fraud in Ardea Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commissioner barred San Diego's Paul Thomas Rampoldi from acting as a broker, several months after Rampoldi's conviction in US District Court for the Southern ...
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Andrew Mandell Barred for Refusing to Appear During Investigation

FINRA barred Andrew Jason Mandell, formerly of Network 1 Financial Securities in Oakland and Olympus Securities of New York, for refusing to cooperate with a FINRA investigation into potential ...
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Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Chairman Phillip Frost Charged with Fraud in Pump-and-Dump Penny Stock Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission alleged Ladenburgh Thalmann Financial Services chairman and largest shareholder Phillip Frost and a handful of co-defendants with perpetrating a series of ...
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Merrill Lynch to Pay $8.9 Million to SEC for Failing to Disclose Conflict of Interest

The SEC censured Merrill Lynch and ordered the firm pay $8.9 million in fines, disgorgment and penalties after finding the firm violated the Advisers Act by failing to disclose a key conflict of ...
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SEC Bars BKS Advisors' Roger Denha for Fraudulent Cherry-Picking Trade Allocation Scheme

The SEC barred Brandt, Kelly & Simmons Securities broker and BKS Advisors investment adviser Roger Thomas Denha for engaging in a fraudulent trade allocation scheme known as "cherry ...
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SEC Issues Ameriprise Financial Cease-and-Desist Order over Failure to Detect Misappropriation and Fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission instituted cease-and-desist proceedings against Ameriprise Financial Services, finding that the firm failed to adopt and implement policies and procedures to ...
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StockCross Financial Services, LA Broker Peter Cunningham Accused of Fraudulent, Unethical UIT Trading Practices

Founded in Boston and now based in Beverly Hills, California, StockCross Financial Services and its Los Angeles-based broker Peter Edward Cunningham stand accused of causing losses in customer ...
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Midtown Partners' Kevin Gillespie Charged by SEC in $10 Million Microcap Fraud Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission, in a civil complaint, charged Midtown Partners broker Kevin Patrick Gillespie and four others in a series of microcap fraud schemes that netted more than $10 ...
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Kyusun Kim Barred for Unsuitable Recommendations of REITs and Alt Investments in Elderly Investors' Retirement Accounts

FINRA barred former Independent Financial Group and Sandlapper Securities, broker Kyusun Kim for unsuitably recommending that a number of elderly and retiring customers liquidate their 401(k) and ...
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$1.2 Billion Ponzi at Woodbridge Group of Companies More Widespread Than Thought

An InvestmentNews report suggests that the $1.2 billion Ponzi and fraud scheme the SEC in January charged Robert H Shapiro (Sherman Oaks, California, and Aspen, Colorado)'s Woodbridge Group of ...
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Arizona Indicts Howard Price, III for Stealing $475,000 from IRA Accounts

The State of Arizona indicted former AXA Advisors, LLC broker Howard Milton Price III, charging him with three felonies, including fraud and theft, for allegedly stealing $475,000 from the IRA ...
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DOJ Charges Gary Basralian with Fraud, Suit Claims He & Preyed on Elderly Women, Royal Alliance Customers

Former Royal Alliance Associates broker Gary John Basralian, barred from the securities industry in March 2018, faces criminal charges including wire fraud and investment adviser fraud for allegedly ...
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FBI Arrests Ex-Ameriprise Broker Li Lin Hsu for Fraud, Stealing from Clients

FBI agents arrested former Ameriprise Financial Services representative Li Lin Hsu of Diamond Bar, California and charged her with mail fraud, wire fraud, obstruction of justice, and money laundering. ...
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