Quinn McClendon is barred by FINRA.
Quinn McClendon, a registered representative from Philadelphia, PA, formerly with Citizens Securities, Mutual of Omaha Investors Services and Wells Fargo Advisors was barred from FINRA membership as a result of refusing to cooperate with a FINRA investigation.
FINRA Rule 9552. Failure to Provide Information or Keep Information Current
This FINRA rule provides if a FINRA member fails to provide information or testimony requested or required by FINRA’s By-Laws or FINRA rules, or fails to keep his or her membership and supporting documents current, FINRA, after providing 21 days’ notice may suspend the FINRA membership of the person.
In June, 2017 Quinn McClendon was barred from FINRA membership for violating Rule 9552.
Quinn McClendon’s registration and disciplinary history
In order to lawfully sell investments to the public, one must either be registered or exempt from registration.
Quinn McClendon was registered with:
Citizens Securities from March, 2015 to April, 2016
Mutual of Omaha Investors Services from October, 2011 to December, 2014
Wells Fargo Advisors from March, 2008 to June, 2010
According to FINRA’s CRD disclosure report, Quinn McClendon has been the subject of one regulatory investigation and two employment separations after allegations were raised. The most recent one, while he was with Citizens Securities alleges that McClendon was terminated after allegations of theft were raised.
FINRA is the primary regulator for broker dealers and registered representatives in the United States. FINRA’s role is to promulgate standards and practices for the brokerage industry and to ensure compliance with its rules by licensed entities and individuals.
FINRA has two primary means to ensure compliance with the securities laws ; by means of an enforcement unit that investigates and disciplines wrongdoing, and through the establishment of an arbitration forum where investors can resolve disputes against broker dealers. FINRA’s arbitration forum, FINRA Dispute Resolution Inc. is the largest arbitration forum in the country for resolving investor disputes, and typically processes over 10,000 filings annually.
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