FINRA Reportedly Fines Advisor Kerry Dean Wills for Borrowing $150,000 from Elderly Client
Are you concerned about investments with Kerry Wills in Manhattan Beach, CA? If so, the securities attorneys at The White Law Group may be able to help you by filing a FINRA Dispute Resolution claim.
According to public records on the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s website, the regulator has suspended and fined Wills after he allegedly borrowed $150,000 from a 90-year-old customer in violation of his member firm’s procedures. FINRA’s findings further stated that Wills purportedly accepted a gift of approximately $19,500 in luxury travel from the customer without disclosing the gifts to the firm, allegedly in violation of firm rules.
According to his broker report, Wills is reportedly registered with First Western Securities in Manhattan Beach, CA.
Investigating Potential Lawsuits
The White Law Group is investigating potential securities fraud lawsuits regarding the liability that Wills’ employers may have for failure to properly supervise him.
When brokers violate securities laws, such as borrowing money from a client, the brokerage firm they are working with may be liable for investment losses through FINRA Arbitration.
Brokerage firms that fail to monitor the business activities of their employees may be liable for investment losses due to negligent supervision for the misconduct of their employees.
The White Law Group is a national securities fraud, securities arbitration, and investor protection law firm with offices in Chicago, Illinois and Franklin, Tennessee.
We represent investors in FINRA arbitration claims in all 50 states, including California.Our attorneys have recovered millions of dollars from many brokerage firms in the past. If you are concerned about your investments with Kerry Dean Wills, please call the securities fraud attorneys at The White Law Group at 888-637-5510 for a free consultation.
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