Daniel Glavin

On March 27, 2015 Daniel Glavin of Tinley Park, Illinois was barred from working in the securities industry as a registered representative. Daniel Glavin consented to the findings that he misappropriated $45,000 from one of his customers, who had requested that Glavin purchase certificates of depot on his behalf. Instead of completing the transaction, Glavin kept the money, and then sent doctored account statements to the client purporting to show the purchase. After several demands by the customer, Daniel Glavin returned the funds. After a complaint was filed by FINRA regarding this transaction, Glavin refused to cooperate with the investigation, and in March, 2015 he consented to a permanent bar from the industry.

Daniel Glavin’s licensing and disciplinary history

Daniel Glavin is not currently licensed with a FINRA broker dealer, but was previously licensed through the following firms:

02/2014 – 09/2014
SIGNATOR FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. (CRD# 19061) – ORLAND PARK, IL
08/2008 – 06/2013
COUNTRY CAPITAL MANAGEMENT COMPANY (CRD# 12060) – ORLAND PARK, IL
01/2002 – 12/2002
H&R BLOCK FINANCIAL ADVISORS, INC. (CRD# 5979) – DETROIT, MI
11/2001 – 11/2001
WOODBURY FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. (CRD# 421) – OAKDALE, MN
02/2001 – 08/2001
TD WATERHOUSE INVESTOR SERVICES, INC. (CRD# 7870) – OMAHA, NE

According to FINRA’s CRD disclosure report, Daniel Glavin has been the subject of one regulatory investigation.

 

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