David Braeger of Bayside, Wisconsin was issued a complaint from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) that outlined several alleged misconducts. While registered with Joseph Stone Capital, FINRA alleged that Braeger converted customer funds that were intended to be invested. The FINRA findings stated that an elderly customer gave a $200,000 check to Braeger to be invested in a private placement, but instead transferred the money to a bank which he later deposited in his account. FINRA further alleged that Braeger used this money to buy a home and continued to lie to his customer about their investment. According to FINRA’s investigation, Braeger provided false or misleading testimony in connection to the case in violation of FINRA Rule 8210. Additionally, the FINRA investigation concluded that Braeger converted customer funds in violation of FINRA Rules 2150 and 2010. Without admitting or denying the FINRA findings, Braeger was barred from association with any FINRA member in any capacity. Continue Reading
David Braeger, of Bayside, Wisconsin, was named a respondent in a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) complaint alleging that he converted $33,000 of his customers’ funds and misrepresenting to the customers, through falsely stated quarterly reports and tax documents, that their investment funds were invested as they had instructed.
Formerly registered with Newport Coast Securities, Inc., an Irvine, California based broker dealer, the now unregistered David Oscar Braeger is alleged to have obtained a total of $30,000 from his customers, who instructed him to invest the funds in a private offering for Rubicon Capital Appreciation Fund (Rubicon), an entity that Mr. Braeger founded and managed. However, Mr. Braeger allegedly never invested the customers’ funds as instructed and allegedly never returned the funds to his customers. Continue Reading