Kevin Hall, Financial Advisor, faces sanctions for misusing corporate funds
Financial advisors have been reported to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority of Canada (FINRA) on August 8, 2019. Kevin Hall He has received sanctions for misuse of funds belonging to his member company. Hall, who worked with BOK Financial Securities, Inc. The link to the current page Int. Assets INVestment Management, LLCThe sanctions were imposed without denying or admitting the findings.
Hall had charged $725 on his corporate card for a personal night out at a club. Hall may have made the charges himself or knew about them. Hall was prohibited from using the corporate credit cards for non-business use by the rules of his firm. Hall submitted an incorrect expense report to his firm, which led the firm to pay for the charges.
Kevin Hall faces a number of sanctions, including:
- Civil and Administrative Penalty(ies)/Fine(s): Hall was fined $5,000.
- Suspension: Hall is suspended in all capacities from August 21st, 2023 until December 20th, 2023.
The information can be found on FINRA’s BrokerCheck, which gives investors information about the background, business practices and conduct of FINRA members and their brokers.
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