May 2018 —According to FINRA records, stock brokerage firm Windsor Street Capital LP (formerly known as Meyers Associates), discloses 3 pending regulatory events, 20 regulatory events that are final and 12 final arbitrations.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is the agency that licenses and regulates stockbrokers and brokerage firms. FINRA requires brokers and brokerage firms to report customer complaints and disputes as well as regulatory sanctions. In addition brokers are required to disclose certain financial matters such as personal bankruptcies, judgments and liens.
Windsor Street Capital is an independent full-service broker-dealer and has been a FINRA member since 1994. They are headquartered in New York City and are registered in 50 U.S, states and territories. Windsor Street Capital has branch offices in New York, Florida, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Arizona.
The pending regulatory matters include:
- FINRA Case 2015046971701-alleging failures in the supervisory systems designed to detect churning and excessive trading in customer accounts.
Windsor Street Capital is currently appealing the following regulatory matters:
- In November 2016 a FINRA hearing panel fined Windsor Street Capital $350,000 and assessed other sanctions for supervisory failures related to the dissemination of sales literature and research and supervisory failures related to the detection of potentially suspicious activity relating to the manipulative trading of securities. FINRA Case 2013035533701.
- In 1/2018, a FINRA hearing panel fined Windsor Street Capital $700,000 and assessed other sanctions related to the distribution of misleading and unbalanced advertising materials. FINRA Case 2010020954501.
Windsor Street Capital‘s prior regulatory events include:
- January 2017- Cease and desist issued by Securities and Exchange Commission and $200,000 fine to resolve allegations related to the sale of hundreds of millions of penny stock shares without performing adequate due diligence.
- December 2015-Fine and disgorgement of $19,265 assessed by Montana Securities Commissioner for failing to supervise one of its brokers excessive trading in accounts of 3 Montana residents.
- March 2015- Cease and desist and $50,000 fine assessed by Connecticut regulators to resolve allegations that the firm failed to discharge their supervisory responsibilities, sold unregistered securities and engaged in dishonest or unethical practices in the securities business.
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