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Phillip Andrew Johnson (CRD #501352) is a former registered broker and investment advisor whose last employer was D.H. Hill Securities, LLLP (CRD #41528) of Kingwood, TX. His previous employers include SunTrust Investment Services, Inc. (CRD #17499) of Nashville, TN, AXA Advisors, LLC (CRD #6627) and The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of The United States (CRD #4039), both of New York, New York. He has been in the industry since 1976.

Winston-Turner-Facing-Allegations-of-Variable-Annuity-Fraud-300x200Johnson is the subject of seven disclosures on his record, four of which are regulatory actions. Five of the disclosures were filed from 04/24/2015 through 06/20/2018. The first disclosure was employment separation.

Two of the disclosures in 2018 are regulatory actions from FINRA, related to the same action.

Broker Dawn Bennett Has Suspension Lifted by FINRA on silverlaw.comSilver Law Group is investigating St. Augustine Florida-based D.H. Hill Securities, LLLP (CRD# 41528) broker Charles T. Stevens (CRD# 1698058) after FINRA sanctioned D.H. Hill Securities over misconduct concerning public non-traded REITs.

Charles Stevens and St. Johns Financial Planning

Stevens’ runs his own St. Augustine, Florida-based D.H. Hill Securities office under the moniker St. Johns Financial Planning.  St. Johns Financial Planning and Stevens hold themselves out as an independent agency specializing in retirement and estate markets that has been in business in the St. Augustine, Florida area for the past twenty-five (25) years, according to Stevens’ and his firm’s website.

Leon Vaccarelli Fined and Sanctioned by FINRA on silverlaw.comSilver Law Group is investigating Kingwood, Texas-based brokerage firm D.H. Hill Securities, LLLP (CRD# 41528) (“D.H. Hill”) after FINRA sanctioned the firm for its conduct concerning the firm’s role as underwriter of a real estate investment trust (“REIT”).

D.H. Hill Securities Enters into a Settlement with FINRA

D.H. Hill entered into an Acceptance, Waiver & Consent (“AWC”), signed in November 2016, with FINRA.  The AWC alleged that, between February 2012 through April 2013, D.H. Hill participated as a dealer manager of a REIT offering, replacing another firm in the process.  When D.H. Hill replaced the previous brokerage firm, it failed to seek or obtain authorization from FINRA’s Corporate Financing Department to proceed with the offering, a requirement under FINRA Rule 5110.

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