Accelerated Capital Group
The securities attorneys at Gana LLP represent customers in their disputes with brokerage firms, such as Accelerated Capital Group (Accelerated Capital). Our firm can analyze your accounts and investments in order to determine if there was any wrongdoing in the handling of your accounts. Our analysis can reveal whether an investor has been a victim of misconduct including unsuitable investments, unauthorized trading, excessive trading, or fraud.
Accelerated Capital Group INC is a brokerage firm that offers a variety of financial services such as: hedge fund industry research, consultation, and specializes in the sale and trade of fixed income securities. The firm is affiliated with, or under the common ownership with, American Asset Advisory LLC.
Accelerated Capital Group - By the Numbers:
- CRD #: 41270
- SEC #: 49347
- Regulatory Events: 1
- Customer Complaints: 0
- Employees: 21
Accelerated Capital Group- In the News:
FINRA v. Accelerated Capital Group (Case #2011025769301) - Accelerated Capital was fined $32,500,00 for its alleged violating exchange rule 15C2-4 and NASD rules 2210 (D)(1), 2210 (D)(2), 3010. Allegedly, Accelerated Capital Group's website advertised misleading and untruthful content about its firm, in which it included fabricating testimonials and incorrect information about the capabilities of the firm. The firm allegedly lacked a system that supervised and censored the content of the firm's website, and the firm allegedly failed to follow its own written supervisory procedures addressing compliance with exchange rule 15C2-4. Within the firm, there were two representatives that allegedly maintained this false representation of the firm on other websites and other forms of advertising. In these alleged inaccurate and exaggerated claims, the firm directly violated the proscriptions in place that are against such performance. The firm was also allegedly engaged in a contingency involving the sale of units in an entity that owned a company's share and in doing so, led to the failure of the firm to ensure that investor funds were deposited properly into their respective accounts at a bank.