Dick Adcock

Raymond Dickie Dick Adcock of Cabot, Arkansas submitted an AWC in which he was barred from association with any FINRA member in any capacity. Without admitting or denying the findings, Dick Adcock consented to the sanction and to the entry of findings that while working as a registered representative for a member firm, he misappropriated $10,000 in proceeds generated from a private placement offering done by an unregistered investment adviser. The findings stated that Dick Adcock misappropriated the funds by drafting a $10,000 check, made payable to cash, from the unregistered investment adviser’s bank account and converted the funds for his personal use. (FINRA Case #2015044253401)

Dick Adcock’s registration and disciplinary history

Dick Adcock was registered with the following firms

07/2007 – 04/2015
REGAL SECURITIES, INC. (CRD# 7297) – CABOT, AR
07/2002 – 07/2007
BROOKSTREET SECURITIES CORPORATION (CRD# 14667) – LITTLE ROCK, AR
01/2001 – 07/2002
INVESTMENT PROFESSIONALS, INC. (CRD# 30184) – SAN ANTONIO, TX
09/1998 – 01/2001
REGIONS INVESTMENT COMPANY, INC. (CRD# 17618) – BIRMINGHAM, AL
08/1997 – 10/1998
FIRST COMMERCIAL INVESTMENTS, INC. (CRD# 30542) – LITTLE ROCK, AR
07/1993 – 06/1997
MORGAN KEEGAN & COMPANY, INC. (CRD# 4161) – MEMPHIS, TN
07/1989 – 07/1993
MERRILL LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNER & SMITH INCORPORATED (CRD# 7691) – NEW YORK, NY
10/1987 – 06/1989
ROBERT THOMAS SECURITIES, INC (CRD# 10147) – ST. PETERSBURG, FL
01/1987 – 09/1987
FIRST INVESTMENT SECURITIES, INC. (CRD# 13459)

According to FINRA’s CRD disclosure report, Dick Adcock has been the subject of two customer complaints and one regulatory investigations.

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