Lance Slater Suspended by FINRA

FINRA suspends former UBS,  Morgan Stanley broker Lance Slater.

Lance Slater, a registered representative from Marlton, NJ formerly with UBS Financial Services and Morgan Stanley was suspended from FINRA membership for violations of Rule 9554.  He has subsequently been barred by FINRA.

FINRA Rule 9554. Failure to Comply with an Arbitration Award or Related Settlement or an Order of Restitution or Settlement Providing for Restitution

The rule provides that a registered representative or a firm that fails to comply with a FINRA arbitration award or a settlement agreement entered into as a result of a FINRA arbitration or mediation proceeding, shall have their license suspended 21 days after notice of the intent to suspend has been sent.  In October, 2016 Lance Slater was suspended from FINRA membership for violating Rule 9554.

Lance Slater’s registration and disciplinary history

In order to lawfully sell investments to the public, one must either be registered or exempt from registration.

Lance Slater was registered with the following firms:

Morgan Stanley:  January, 2014 through November, 2015
UBS Financial Services: March, 2009 through February, 2014
According to FINRA’s CRD disclosure report, Lance Slater has been the subject of three customer complaints and two regulatory investigations.

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