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Southeast Investments NC was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like Southeast Investments NC, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.

Nationwide Planning Associates was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like Nationwide Planning Associates, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.

Liberty Partners Financial Services was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like Liberty Partners Financial Services, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.

McNally Financial Services was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like McNally Financial Services, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.

Sandlapper Securities was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like Sandlapper Securities, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.

Aegis Capital Corp was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like Aegis Capital Corp, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.

Laidlaw and Company was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like Laidlaw and Company, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.

Capital Financial Services was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like Capital Financial Services, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.

Petersen Investments was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like Petersen Investments, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.

Titan Securities was named as a broker dealer that employs a large percentage of registered reps with publicly disclosable incidents.

A study commissioned by Reuters with the assistance of Columbia University Law School identified nearly fifty FINRA registered broker dealers where a large percentage of its brokers had “red flags” on their public disclosures.  FINRA requires broker dealers like Titan Securities, as well as its registered representatives to update their industry record by disclosing information that could be of interest to potential and current customers and members of the public.

These red flags include customer disputes, arbitration claims, regulatory actions taken by FINRA, the SEC or state regulators, civil actions, bankruptcies and terminations after allegations of wrongdoing.