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FINRA Fines New Jersey-Based Broker-Dealer, Buckman, Buckman & Reid For Failing to Reasonably Supervise Two Former Financial Advisors

Posted on May 1st, 2019 at 4:28 PM
FINRA Fines New Jersey-Based Broker-Dealer, Buckman, Buckman & Reid For Failing to Reasonably Supervise Two Former Financial Advisors

FINRA has ordered New Jersey-based broker-dealer Buckman, Buckman & Reid Inc. (BBR) to pay approximately $205,000 in restitution to seven customers for failing to reasonably supervise two former financial advisors who recommended excessive and unsuitable trades to their customers.

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