Clark Dee Harris, of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, was formerly associated with the brokerage firm Sigma Financial Corporation. He was part of a group doing business under the name Titan Wealth Advisors. Public records show that in April 2021, Mr. Harris was terminated from Sigma. Sigma stated that Harris recommended illiquid alternative investments to Sigma customers without prior approval from the firm or appropriate securities licensure. The alleged investments at issue were real estate securities.
Brokerage firms like Sigma have a responsibility to properly supervise all their agents and representatives to prevent securities laws violations. When brokerage firms fail to adequately supervise their registered representatives, they may be liable for investment losses sustained by customers.
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