Aon Miller Suspended Two Years By FINRA

Aon Miller suspended by FINRA.

In March, 2016, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) announced that Aon Miller of Chattanooga, TN, formerly with Benjamin F. Edwards and Purshe Kaplan Sterling, both of Chattanooga, was suspended from association with any FINRA member in any capacity for two years and fined $50,000 as a result of findings that he participated in several private securities transactions.  The decision issued by the FINRA hearing officers is presently on appeal.  The findings in the decision identified Chestnut Development Partners, City Title Loan and KB International as the companies/securities at issue.  The findings state that Miller participated in the private securities transactions totaling over one and half million dollars without obtaining the proper authorization from his firm Benjamin F. Edwards.

Registration and disciplinary history

In order to lawfully sell investments to the public,  a registered rep must either be registered or exempt from registration.  Aon Miller was registered with:

11/2012 – 04/2013
07/2011 – 10/2012
01/2008 – 07/2011

According to FINRA’s CRD disclosure report, Aon Miller has been the subject of one customer complaint and one regulatory investigation.

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