Fifth Third Securities Named In Customer Arbitration Alleging Unsuitability
Matthew T. Flynn, of Highland, Michigan, a stockbroker formerly with Fifth Third Securities, is subject to a customer initiated investment related arbitration claim from February 3, 2014, in which the customer requested $275,000.00 in damages based upon allegations against Flynn of making unsuitable recommendations in non-public real estate investment trusts.
FINRA Public Disclosure reveals that a customer previously initiated an investment related arbitration claim involving Flynn’s conduct on January 10, 2011, in which the customer requested $14,000.00 in damages in connection with allegations against Flynn of creating customer accounts without customer authorization.
Fifth Third Securities terminated Flynn on September 10, 2014, based upon allegations that Flynn violated procedures and policies of the firm, which included Flynn altering documents of customers. Since October of 2014, Flynn has been registered with L.M. Kohn & Company.
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