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Former LPL Financial broker, Russell Sadler Fined $25,000 and Suspended for 12-months for Failure to Disclose Private Securities Transactions

By September 12, 2016September 20th, 2017News

According to his Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (“AWC”) with FINRA, Russell Sadler assented to a fine of $25,000 and a 12-month suspension from the securities industry for not disclosing certain private securities transactions to his firm.  FINRA alleged that Sadler failed to get the written consent of his then firm LPL Financial for entering into these private securities transactions and included many LPL Financial clients in these investments, resulting in substantial losses.  Further, he formed and operated two other companies while employed at LPL Financial, which he did not disclose to the firm as detailed in AWC 2014039725301.

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