UPDATE JUNE 22, 2015– Rex Securities Law is investigating Frank Dettenrieder on behalf of a retiree who lives in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. See this for more.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
As of June 22, 2015, FINRA records indicate that Dettenrieder was discharged from First Allied Securities on 7/9/2013 with the following allegations:
“Registered representative violated firm policy by exercising discretion in customer accounts without written authorization”
Dettenrieder is not currently registered with any FINRA member firm.
In July 2014, FINRA suspended Frank Nicholas Dettenrieder of San MIguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico for 12 days and assessed a deferred fine of $5,000 to resolve allegations that he effected discretionary transactions in the accounts of six customers without having those accounts accepted as discretionary accounts by his member firm as required by FINRA Rule 2510(b).. See FINRA Letter of Acceptance Waiver and Consent No 2013037673701.
FINRA Rule 2510(b) provides that:
No member or registered representative shall exercise any discretionary power in a customer’s account unless such customer has given prior written authorization to a stated individual or individuals and the account has been accepted by the member, as evidenced in writing by the member or the partner, officer or manager, duly designated by the member, in accordance with Rule 3010.
According to FINRA records, Dettenrieder was registered with First Allied Securities from 12/2008-7/2013.
If you suffered losses in an account handled by Frank Dettenrieder, you may be able to collect damages from his former employer based upon their failure to properly supervise Dettenrieder. Call to speak with an experienced securities attorney to learn more.
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