FINRA barred former Deutsche Bank Securities broker Sanjeev Sreetharan after he failed to appear for testimony relative to FINRA's investigation into a Deutsche Bank internal review of Sreetharan for fraud and violations of industry statutes, rules, or conduct standards.
FINRA'S findings state that Deutsche Bank terminated Sreetharan (CRD #5939838) in 2016 for "loss of confidence," noting that the firm had placed Sreetharan under review for "...for fraud or wrongful taking of property, or violating investment-related statutes, regulations, rules or industry standards of conduct."
When FINRA requested Sreetharan appear for on-the-record testimony, he, on two occasions in 2018, failed to appear and provide the requested testimony.
According to his former website, Sreetharan graduated from Duke University prior to joining Deutsche Bank full-time, with degrees in Economics and Chinese; his first exposure to Deutsche Bank was as a global markets summer analyst in 2010.
Sreetharan is listed as Chief Technology Officer for Deep Stratus, Inc., a tech company touting a focus of "enterprise applications for ensemble learning," and offering weather notification and reporting applications. The company's website, Deepstratus.com, appears to have recently fallen offline.
If you have invested with ex-Deutsche Bank Securities broker Sanjeev Sreetharan or with any representative or financial adviser who has engaged in fraud or wrongful taking of property, including theft, misappropriation, conversion, or other inappropriate transactions that have proven harmful to your investments or interests, please call The Law Offices of Jonathan W. Evans & Associates at (800) 699-1881 for an investigation and consultation.