Wells Fargo Broker James Arnold Busch Barred For Theft From Elderly Women


On October 11,2013, a Letter of Acceptance Waiver and Consent was finalized between FINRA and James Arnold Busch, a broker with Wells Fargo Advisors since 2000, barring him from the securities industry. The AWC, which can be viewed here, alleged the following:
  • Busch worked in various branch offices of the securities division of Wells Fargo that were located in banks operated by Wells Fargo
  • From 2006-2013, he misappropriated approximately $1.3 million from at least eight of his Wells Fargo brokerage customers
  • Busch requested payments from the victims bank accounts to pay his personal credit cards
  • Busch liquidated securities in victims’ accounts in order to generate cash which was then transferred from the brokerage account of the victim to the bank account in order to fund his credit card payments
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