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Otis Bradley-Former Gilford Securities Broker Barred From Securities Industry

UPDATE-In October 2015, Otis Bradley was permanently barred from the securities industry by FINRA.

Original Post–April 27, 2015

Otis T. Bradley, was named in a complaint filed by FINRA alleging that he authorized research reports containing false, misleading and unwarranted statements concerning  a publicly traded pharmaceutical company.

The complaint alleges that in the research reports, Bradley falsely claimed that a prominent medical research university was conducting clinical trials on humans to study the effects of one of the company’s dietary supplements on thyroid disorders.

The complaint also alleges that Bradley failed to appear for on the record testimony requested by FINRA in connection with the investigation.

According to FINRA records, Bradley is not currently registered. He was previously registered with Gilford Securities from 2/2012-10/2014. Prior to that he was registered with ICM Capital Markets.

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FINRA Bars Jason M. Meyers From Securities Industry

In September 2014, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) announced that Jason M. Meyers,  a former broker with ICM Capital Markets, Ltd.,  was permanently from the securities industry. Meyers, without admitting or denying the charges, consented to the sanction and to the entry of findings that he misappropriated at least $700,000 of funds raised in a series of private securities offerings.

The funds were purportedly raised to buy the broker-dealer where Meyers worked. Between June 2006 and September 2011, Meyers raised about $3 million for investment in ICMC Holdings, an entity he created and controlled. A  significant portion of the funds raised were used by Meyers for his own personal use without the knowledge or consent of the investors.

ICM Capital Markets, changed its name to Lampert Capital Markets, Inc. according to FINRA records.

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