UPDATE on Jeremy D. Hare – March 2017-Philadelhia, PA
According to FINRA records, Jeremy Hare has been named in 17 prior and final customer disputes and two pending customer disputes . He has been named in two regulatory complaints and is not currently registered with any broker dealer.
In the customer disputes that have been settled, the customers alleged various claims, including:
- undisclosed commissions
- trading account without authority
- churning and unsuitable transactions
- inappropriate investments
- provided misleading information to customer
- invested in unsuitable and risky closed end funds
Payments on the settled cases ranged from $8,000 to $115,000.
In the currently pending case 16-2638, which occurred when Hare was employed by Oppenheimer & Co., the customer alleges unsuitable trades, churning of account and charging commissions in lieu of managed account fee and alleges damages of $1,000,000.
In currently pending FINRA arbitration 16-2602 a customer of Oppenheimer alleges damages of $300,000 for unsuitable investments, negligent supervision, churning and charging exorbitant commissions.
Original Post—July 2013
Jeremy David Hare (CRD #2593809, Registered Representative, Narberth, Pennsylvania) was barred from association with any FINRA member in any capacity. The NAC dismissed the appeal Hare filed regarding the Hearing Panel decision, and the Hearing Panel decision shall constitute FINRA’s final disciplinary action with respect to the matter. The NAC asked Hare to submit a written statement explaining why his appeal in the matter should not be dismissed as abandoned, and he failed to file the required statement. The sanction was based on findings that Hare provided false and misleading information to FINRA in connection with its investigation into a customer’s complaint alleging unauthorized trading and other sales practice violations. The findings stated that the Hearing Panel dismissed the allegation that Hare exercised discretion in a customer’s account without written authorization.
(FINRA Case #2008014015901)
According to FINRA records, Hare is not currently registered. He was previously registered with the following firms:
Gilford Securities Incorporated
Oppenheimer & Co.
Wachovia Securities, LLC
If you have losses in an account handled by Jeremy D. Hare, call to discuss your options for recovery of damages.
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