More Customer Complaints Against Sean Brady, Claims Of $12.5M In Damages
In August, we told you about former broker Sean Brady (CRD #4365173) who was recently barred by FINRA and discharged by his employer, First Allied Securities, Inc. (CRD #32444) of St. Louis, MO.
Since our last report, eight more customer disputes were recently filed against Brady, between 6/28/2018 and 07/03/2018. All these cases are pending, and the total of requested damages is an eye-watering $12,575,730.49.
Like the previous disclosures, these clients allege that Brady used the same practices, including:
- Misrepresentation of net worth
- Unsuitable recommendations based on false documentation
- Completed paperwork without the client’s permission
- Failure to supervise
- Breach of fiduciary duty
Brady was discharged by First Allied Securities on 10/20/2017, and FINRA began investigating him in the same time frame. First Allied Securities discharged him after client allegations surfaced of possible sales practice violations. He declined to provide any requested information to FINRA. Brady was then barred in all capacities, indefinitely on 6/8/2018, including any affiliation with a FINRA broker. No current employment information is available on Brady.
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