Leona Lynn Parsons Discharged From JP Morgan Chase Securities And Barred From Associating With Any FINRA Brokerage Firm
The Wolper Law Firm is currently investigating claims against former JP Morgan Chase Securities Financial Advisor, Leona Lynn Parsons, of Imperial Beach, CA. According to publicly available records released by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), effective May 23, 2018, Leona Lynn Parsons was barred from associating with any FINRA member brokerage firm. Effectively, this means that Leona Lynn Parsons is unable to work as a registered Financial Advisor. This disciplinary action was prompted by Leona Lynn Parson’s failure to comply with a subpoena request made by FINRA to provide on the record testimony in connection with an allegation that Leona Lynn Parson’s failed to provide a customer with the full amount of a requested withdrawal. In addition, withdrawals slips were used in customer accounts without the customer’s signature. These events prompted the employment discharge by JP Morgan Chase.
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