Mr. Casson of Trustmont Financial Group has been barred from association with any FINRA member firm in any capacity. He failed to comply with four requests from FINRA for information about private securities transactions he was allegedly involved in. Generally, a stockbroker’s refusal to cooperate with FINRA information requests will result in their expulsion from the securities industry, so the conduct FINRA seeks information about is probably bad enough to cause expulsion from the securities industry if it were uncovered. If a stockbroker has broken FINRA rules in a way that caused your investment losses, you may be able to recover your losses through arbitration. Contact the attorneys at Investor Defense Law LLP at no charge to find out whether you have a valid claim.
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