Dawson James Securities, Inc.
Dawson James Securities markets itself as a full service investment firm specializing in complex healthcare, biotechnology, technology, and clean-tech sectors. Located in Boca Raton, Florida, the firm has been in operation since 2002.Regulatory Violations
Dawson James has been the subject of several regulatory investigations, some which resulted in disciplinary actions by regulators. The firm has also been the subject of several customer FINRA arbitration claims.Written Supervisory Procedures Failed to Provide for Minimum Requirements
FINRA censured and fined $75,000 Dawson James in April, 2014 for failing to provide adequate supervisory procedures. Resulting from a review by FINRA, FINRA found that during the review period the firm failed to investigate numerous “red flags” relating to the activities of one registered representative. They also failed to enforce its written supervisory procedures which specified that all electronic correspondence is reviewed on a daily basis.Dawson James Sanctioned for Commission Recapture Arrangement in Violation of Rules
In Oct, 2011, Dawson James was sanctioned and fined $90,000 by FINRA for failing to maintain minimum net capital required due to a commission recapture arrangement, which FINRA alleged improper and obscured. They also filed inaccurate Focus Reports and its books and records were inaccurate.Additional Dawson James News
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