According to publicly available records, Jean Walsh-Josephson was recently terminated by Thrivent Investment Management, and is the subject of a pending criminal charge. She was terminated from her position at Thrivent following allegations that “in connection with investigating the RR’s activities that resulted in criminal charges for forgery and theft, the firm discovered that she had instructed at least one customer to deliver funds to an undisclosed outside business activity involving her.” She was also charged in the Wisconsin Circuit Court for Winnebago County with seven felony counts of “Theft-Business Settling Over $10,000,” one felony count of “Forgery-Writing or Objects,” 20 felony counts of “Theft-Business Settling Over $10,000,” one misdemeanor count of “Theft-Movable Property Less Than $2,500,” and one misdemeanor count of “Resisting or Obstructing an Officer.” Please call our law offices today to discuss your options of bringing a claim against Thrivent Investment Management on a contingency fee basis. Josephson was registered with Thrivent in Oshkosh, Wisconsin from July 1996 until September 2015. She has one criminal pending charge against her. She is not licensed within the industry and has been permanently barred from the industry.
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