JPMorgan Chase Bank Terminates Trevor Rahn After Allegations of Broker Misconduct
Brokers are expected to prioritize their clients’ interests and invest their funds with care. Some brokers, however, are primarily motivated by personal gain. They stand to benefit from reckless investment practices that risk their clients’ financial security.
Formerly registered broker Trevor Bradner Rahn was terminated by JPMorgan Chase Bank on September 17, 2018 over allegations of unacceptable investment-related practices. Four customer disputes relating to Rahn’s conduct spanned a period of four years, from the beginning of 2014 to the end of 2017. During this time, the broker was registered with J.P. Morgan Securities LLC. Moreover, public records show that Rahn himself is subject to an outstanding civil judgment of over $760,000 relating to an action in 2014.
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