FINRA bars David Seigerman.
David Seigerman, a registered representative from Morristown, NJ, formerly with Janney Montgomery Scott and Morgan Stanley was suspended from FINRA membership for violations of Rule 9552
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 October, 2016 David Seigerman was suspended from FINRA membership for violating Rule 9552. He was subsequently barred after failing to pay an outstanding arbitration award.
David Seigerman’s registration and disciplinary history
In order to lawfully sell investments to the public, one must either be registered or exempt from registration.
David Seigerman was registered with the following firms:
July, 2013 through March, 2016: Janney Montgomery Scott
June, 2009 through August, 2013: Morgan Stanley
According to FINRA’s CRD disclosure report, David Seigerman has been the subject of five customer complaints and two regulatory investigations.
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