Austin,Tx-November 17th, 2014- The Texas State Securities Board (TSSB) set a hearing to determine whether the registrations of Mowery Capital Management, LLC and Frederick Eugene Mowery , both of McKinney, Texas, should be revoked, whether Mowery and his company should be fined and ordering a cease and desist from engaging in fraudulent conduct. The hearing is January 27, 2015, 9am CST at the TSSB office in the William P Clements Building, 300 W 15th ST, Austin, TX.
According to the notice, Frederick “Fritz” Mowery is currently registered as an investment advisor with Worth Financial Group. The TSSB alleges that Mowery has an undisclosed conflict of interest, has failed to disclose material facts on Form ADV , has committed fraudulent acts on persons 65 years of age or older, failed to disclose a bankruptcy petition, and other claims.
Frederick Mowery is not currently registered with FINRA. He was previously registered with Worth Financial Group from 6/2004-11/2008.
The Austin Statesman reports that Mowery is a friend and business associate of Attorney General-elect Ken Paxton. According to the Statesman, Paxton agreed to a TSSB reprimand and $1,000 fine in May 2014 for soliciting clients for Mowery’s firm, receiving 30 percent of management fees without registering as an investment adviser representative as required by Texas law and without disclosing the business relationship to potential clients.
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