Jeremy Tintle Sanctioned for Unauthorized CTE Partnership Transaction
Jeremy Tintle is barred from associating with securities industry firms in any capacity due to a settlement he agreed upon with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) in connection with FINRA’s claim that Tintle sold unapproved securities.
Tintle sold investments in CTE without the approval of Tintle’s firm, Morgan Keegan & Company Inc., according to FINRA. CTE was a limited partnership formed to invest substantially all of its assets in a master fund, according to the settlement. Tintle proposed to Morgan Keegan that the firm approve CTW for sale through the firm in June 2007, according to FINRA. However, Morgan Keegan never approved the sale of CTE through its firm.
Tintle sold to one of his Morgan Keegan customers an interest in CTE even though it was unapproved by Morgan Keegan, according to the settlement. Tintle also failed to give notice to his firm that he sold an interest in CTE, according to FINRA.
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