Pastore & Dailey successfully obtained a favorable stipulation and agreement with the Connecticut Department of Banking on behalf of a large national registered broker-dealer. The Department of Banking conducted an investigation into the broker dealer and concluded that the broker-dealer has failed to file a timely U5, included misinformation on a U4, and failed to renew its registration for the calendar year. Following our successful representation, the broker dealer was able to amend its filings and receive a favorable stipulation and agreement with the Department of Banking.
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