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AOG Wealth Management CEO, Frederick Baerenz Ordered to Pay Damages of $331,000 for Unsuitable Trading

By July 19, 2016September 20th, 2017News

A Finra arbitration panel ordered Frederick Baerenz, CEO of AOG Wealth Management, to pay damages of $331,000 for unsuitable trading.  According to an Investment News article, Baerenz placed over $900,000 of a clients’ total investment of $1.3 million into direct private placements from 2006 – 2008.  Though the clients signed a form stating they accepted the higher risk investments, the Finra arbitration panel still found the investments to be unsuitable.  Further, according to his Finra Broker Check report the private placement investments consisted of: equipment leasing, oil and gas, and real estate security.

Baerenz’s Broker Check report indicates that he is also a registered agent of Kalos Capital Inc.

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