Utah Broker Kim Dee Isaacson Barred

Kim Dee Isaacson, a registered representative from Farmington, Utah, formerly with Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc., was barred from FINRA membership as a result of an investigation into his providing false and misleading information to a customer about his investment account, which is a violation of FINRA rules. Isaacson entered into an acceptance waiver and consent agreement with FINRA, in which he neither admitted nor denied the findings, but was still barred.

In June, 2017 Isaacson agreed to the sanction, and FINRA published its findings that Isaacson lied to a customer multiple times, telling him that his accounts had more money in them than they actually did. FINRA also found that Isaacson misled the customer further, claiming that he sold portions of securities and bonds from his account when he had not. The FINRA claim alleges that Isaacson knew that he was giving his customer misleading information, and never tried to correct himself or to let the customer know.

Kim Dee Isaacson’s registration and disciplinary history

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

Kim Dee Isaacson was registered with Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. from February 2014 to July 2017 and Morgan Stanley from June 2009 to February 2014.

According to FINRA’s CRD disclosure report, Isaacson has been the subject of four customer complaints, two regulatory investigations and two employment terminations.

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 ways 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.

The Law Office of David Liebrader practices exclusively in the field of investment loss recovery.  For the past 24 years, we have dedicated our law practice to assisting investors who have been victims of investment fraud via unlawful and unsuitable investment transactions.  During that time, we have recovered money for over one thousand individuals, pension plans, trusts, and companies.  The recoveries we have obtained via judgments, awards and settlements on behalf of our clients exceed $40,000,000.

If you suspect that you have been the victim of investment fraud, or had a financial advisor recommend unsuitable investments to you, call us today for a free, confidential consultation at (702) 380-3131.