American Capital Partners LLC

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American Capital Partners LLC is a full service brokerage firm that specializes in retail and institutional clients. The firm is affiliated, or under common control with Partners Capital Services, Inc, who shares the same president as American Capital Partners LLC.

American Capital Partners LLC - By the Numbers:

  • CRD #: 119249
  • SEC #: 65165
  • Regulatory Events: 2
  • Customer Complaints: 2
  • Employees: 60

American Capital Partners LLC - In the News:

FINRA v. American Capital Partners LLC (Case #: 2007008448901) - The firm was fined $7,500 by FINRA for allegedly violating NASD Rule 2110, 2111 (A), 2320. American Capital Partners allegedly failed to execute orders fully and timely. In addition, American Capital allegedly failed to use reasonable diligence regarding certain transactions, which resulted in the buying and selling in such a market that was unfavorable to its customer.

NASD v. American Capital Partners LLC (Case #: ELI20050071) - American Capital was fined $7,500 for allegedly violating NASD Rule 3070, in their failure to report mandatory statistical and summary information regarding customer complaints.

FINRA v. American Capital Partners LLC (Case #:08-034320) - American Capital was fined $387,960.25 by FINRA for alleged breach of contract regarding the account of a common stock investor.

FINRA v. American Capital Partners LLC (Case #: 09-02523) - The firm was fined $232,000.01 by FINRA for alleged breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, failure to supervise, and negligence, in relation to a specific account.