Former Deutsche Bank AG Executive Awarded Damages By FINRA Panel
A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority arbitration panel has ruled in favor of James Zeigon, a former executive for Deutsche Bank AG, in an investment loss case. First Republic Securities Company, LLC (“First Republic”) was ordered to pay Zeigon $870,000 for losses in collateralized bond obligations and the TW Tax Advantaged Fund LP.
The arbitration claim requested damages of $2.1 million but the arbitration panel dismissed the claims concerning two other investments because of FINRA’s six-year eligibility rule. The claim alleged that First Republic failed to perform an adequate suitability analysis before recommending the complicated investments to Zeigon.
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