Financial Losses Caused by AXA Advisors, LLC
AXA Advisors, LLC is a subsidiary of AXA Financial, Inc., a French insurance
company that operates in many locations around the world including North
America. A broad provider of financial products and services, AXA Financial,
Inc. owns over 100 financial companies. AXA Advisors and its affiliates
offer services and products to individuals and small businesses such as
financial planning, life insurance, annuities,
mutual funds, and business, retirement, and estate planning. AXA Advisors' corporate
office is located in New York, NY.
A securities brokerage firm licensed by FINRA, AXA Financial, Inc. has
a legal duty to supervise its brokers and its brokers' recommendations
to clients to ensure compliance with and prevent violations of the rules
of the security industry. When an individual broker is negligent or acts
in an unlawful manner against the interests of the client and that client
suffers damages as a result of such wrongdoing, the firm may be held liable
for the investor's losses.
AXA Advisors, LLC Fraud and Investment Misconduct
AXA Advisors, LLC has investment fraud and misconduct in their history.
For example, in 2004
AXA was fined $250,000 for failure to waive sales charges as well as a failure to have an adequate
supervisory system in place. In 2005, AXA along with 14 other financial
fined for directed brokerage violations. AXA was fined $900,000. This group of fines totaling more than $34 million
was a part of a securities industry sweep to eliminate
conflicts of interest and preferential treatment of various mutual fund companies.
In 2007, AXA Advisors was
fined a total of $1.2 million and ordered to return $1.4 million in fees to their customers harmed by
the misconduct. Specifically, the violations centered on
failure to supervise as well as distributing misleading sales information to clients interested
in their fee-based brokerage program. The violations took place between
2001 and 2005. In 2009, FINRA
barred a former AXA Advisors broker from the industry for operating a
Ponzi scheme. Kenneth George Neely, an AXA broker from St. Louis, conducted a Ponzi
scheme that exploited not only AXA customers, but his family and friends.
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