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Comprehensive Asset Management and Servicing Agrees to FINRA Fine

By December 14, 2015September 20th, 2017News

According to a Letter of Acceptance, Waiver, and Consent (“AWC”) with FINRA, Comprehensive Asset Management and Servicing (“CAMS”) consented to a public censure and a fine of $475,000.

The AWC related to FINRA’s claims that CAMS failed to reasonably supervise its representatives’ sale of variable annuities and distribution of consolidated reports. FINRA also alleged that CAMS failed to reasonably supervise email communications and private securities transactions. FINRA alleged that CAMS’s conduct violated various FINRA rules.

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As explained by FINRA, a “consolidated report” is a document provided by a registered representative to a customer that combines account information regarding most or all of a customer’s assets.

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