Presidential Brokerage Inc
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Presidential Brokerage Inc is a brokerage firm that offers investment and advisory services to its clients. Presidential Brokerage Inc is also known as America's Retirement Store, in the locations California and Colorado.
Presidential Brokerage Inc - By the Numbers:
- CRD #:28784
- SEC #: 43930
- Regulatory Events: 1
- Customer Complaints: 4
- Employees: 27
Presidential Brokerage Inc - In the News:
NASD v. Presidential Brokerage Inc (Case #: E3A2002001601) - Presidential Brokerage Inc was fined $70,000 for allegedly misreporting customer complaints. The firm reported customer complaints with inaccurate information and later than the requirements mandate. The firm lacked a proper supervisory system and its enforcement of NASD rules. This failure to properly supervise led to multiple registered representatives to employ trading strategies to customers located abroad. In addition, Presidential Brokerage Inc allegedly recommended the purchase mutual funds that were not economically beneficial to their clients.
FINRA v. Presidential Brokerage Inc (Case #: 14-01815) - Presidential Brokerage Inc was fined $654, 095.80 by FINRA due to their alleged breach of their fiduciary duty, breach of contract, unsuitability, negligence, and failure to supervise regarding a specific account.
NASD v. Presidential Brokerage Inc (Case #: 95- 01600) - The firm was fined $38, 351 for their alleged misrepresentation, suitability, breach of their fiduciary duty, and negligence of a client's account.